Texas Health Resources bids farewell to former lady fracker who headed up the Blue Zone “well”ness project


UPDATE…here is a 2011 letter I’m just finding out about where Julie Wilson, X VP of Barnett Shale/Chesapeake is telling people who to vote for that are fracking friendly….

Chesapeake PAC Local Candidate Endorsements

This email was forwarded to me. It loses its formatting when I paste it into notespace.


From: “Julie Wilson” <J.Wilson@reasonsinc.com>


Date: May 3, 2011 3:58:23 PM CDT


To: <Julie.Wilson@chk.com>


Subject: A Message from Chesapeake EFT









Dear Team Barnett:




On behalf of Chesapeake Energy for Texans Political Action Committee for residents in Tarrant, Johnson, Dallas and Denton counties, I am sharing local candidate information with you for consideration in your own decision-making process. Early voting is now through May 10 – including weekends! 




Local municipal elections are critically important to our industry as these governing bodies have the ability to tremendously disrupt our operations by adding unnecessary stipulations to permits or ordinances. Unlike state legislation that can change every two years, local ordinances can change at any time with 72 hours’ notice. We need elected officials who will work cooperatively with both operators and residents.




Chesapeake EFT has studied contested races in many of our operating areas to determine who we would recommend. It is important to note that we do not support candidates in an attempt to secure their votes on issues facing our industry. Instead, we recommend candidates who are open-minded and accessible, who will listen to both sides of issues to make well-informed decisions — individuals who would be willing to work with us to find common ground on proposals even if we might disagree.




In that light, Chesapeake  EFT recommends the following candidates or incumbents for your consideration because we believe they have or they will:



1.      Engage us in meaningful dialogue

2.      Provide honest feedback, pro or con, so we know where we stand

3.      Work with us to resolve issues and differences of opinion whenever possible and not hold grudges when we disagree

4.      Seek to balance the rights of mineral owners with their constituents at large

5.      Take the time to understand a very complex and critical industry

6.      Appreciate the economic benefits the Barnett Shale provides to local residents, businesses, nonprofits, schools and cities




Provided are the candidates Chesapeake EFT believes meets the criteria identified above. Every citizen has the right and privilege to vote for the candidates of his or her choosing and every vote is private. Our objective is to simply provide Chesapeake’s recommendations for those staff members who are interested.




Let’s get out the vote!







Mayor     Betsy Price

District 2  Sal Espino

District 4  Danny Scarth

District 5  Frank Moss

District 6  Jungus Jordan

District 7  Dennis Shingleton



Mayor     Robert Cluck

District 3  Robert Rivera

District 4  Kathryn Wilemon

District 5  Lana Wolff

District 8  Gene Patrick



Mayor    Jerry Dittrich



Place 3   Matt Powell

Place 5   Dan McClendon




District 1   Gayle White

District 2   Dale Sturgeon



District 3  Bill Thorn



Place 6  Roy Stewart



Mayor   Richard Hutchison



Mayor   Pat McGrail



Place 4  Amy Robinson



Mayor   Walter Bowen

Place 2  Myrtle “Myrt” Fowlkes

Place 4  Dona Stuard




Place 1   Austin Avery

Place 4   Steve Hill




Place 6   Wendy Burgess

Place 7   Larry Don Broseh



Place 7   Tim Welch



Place 3   Joe Crews



Place 3   Jim Barnett, Sr.



Place 1   Martin Schelling

Place 6   Pamela Muller



Mayor   Jerry Burns

Place 1  Gene Hatcher



Please note: candidates who are running unopposed or in cities where we do not have recommendations are not included on this list.  We recommend voting for all incumbents who are unchallenged.



Early voting ­ ­– from May 2 to May 10 – is incredibly easy because you have many locations to choose from.  On the actual Election Day – Saturday, May 14 ­ – you may vote only at your designated polling place.


Click here for information on early voting locations in Tarrant County:  http://tcweb.tarrantcounty.com/evote/lib/evote/2011/may14/ev_may2011.pdf


Click here for information on early voting locations in Johnson County:



Please encourage your eligible and registered friends and family members to vote with you.  Every vote counts!


Julie H. Wilson


Chesapeake Energy for Texans


Barnett Shale



Political advertising by Chesapeake Energy for Texans PAC


Oct 2014 UPDATE…AISD gives $20 break off of insurance premiums if teachers partake in wellness programs…

Sept 2014 UPDATE…. Wilson has left Healthways/Blue Zone…good!

Here is the press release from the Star Telegram..

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Tony Buettner <tony@bluezones.com>
To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Monday, September 22, 2014 11:07 AM
Subject: Re: Blue Zones Project

Blue Zones Project in Fort Worth gets new leadership




FORT WORTH — The healthy-lifestyle Blue Zones Project, which got up and running just this summer, is already getting new top leadership.

Julie Wilson, vice president for the project in Fort Worth, resigned. Wilson joined the company in February, and her last day was Friday.

She is being replaced by Suzanne Duda, who previously led Healthways’ business strategy and government relations work with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, according to a Healthways biography.

Wilson, a former top executive for Chesapeake Energy in North Texas and the owner of a Fort Worth business development agency, said she was brought on by Healthways to launch the project and now wants a “slightly slower pace.”

“One of our nine core principles is downshift, and another is ‘Put family first,’ ” Wilson said of the Blue Zones Project. “So I am kind of combining those two principles. I am trying to downshift a little bit so that I can put family first.”

Duda was not available for comment Friday.

The Blue Zones Project is a healthy-city initiative based on making good health choices available to residents. It is still holding meetings to engage the public and recruit volunteers.

Caty Hirst, 817-390-7984 Twitter: @catyhirst

Here are some select emails that the general public might enjoy reading…feel free to chime in and contact brandy.oquinn@healthways.com to let her know that Blue Zones wellness goals holds no credibility until they address how to live with these gaswells and feel well living near them…hah!

From: “OQuinn, Brandy” <brandy.oquinn@healthways.com>
To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 8:02 PM
Subject: RE: {NCTCA} Re: Fort Worth Blue Zone Project Farce

Dear Ms. Feil,

Blue Zones Project is based on research done by Dan Buettner, a national geographic researcher and fellow. He studied the world looking for places where people lived long happy healthy lives. There are 9 common elements of well being. Obviously air quality is important but it is not one of the 9 elements that we are focused on.

Below is my original email to Mr. Hogan.

We are concentrating on the built environment which is a term used loosely that encompasses the design and construction of streets (width of lanes), sidewalks, curb cuts, bicycle lanes, placement of buildings, green space, parks etc. It involves working closely with city staff to ensure that the codes allow the development of a walkable livable city and on how it is built.

It encourages people to walk to the store, or children to walk to school, or walk to work etc., if the infrastructure is in place and provides a safe environment.

Thanks again for your email.

Brandy O’Quinn

Policy Manager

Blue Zones Project|Fort Worth

Healthways, Inc.



—– Forwarded Message —–
From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: “brandy.oquinn@healthways.com” <brandy.oquinn@healthways.com>
Cc: “Kimberly.Porter@healthways.com” <Kimberly.Porter@healthways.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2014 7:06 AM
Subject: Fw: {NCTCA} Re: Fort Worth Blue Zone Project Farce
Brandy, if 40% of health illnesses stem from stress and mentally brought on, then positive thinking, prayer, etc is a good way to tap into wellness for those illness our mind creates….in living near gas drilling, in working near gas drilling, in going to church, my checkups, Downtown or to our Arlington Entertainment District, I can’t get these gas wells out of my mind and so I blogged about it when I heard she  (JULIE WILSON ex VP of Chesapeake Barnett Shale) was heading the Blue (drillng) Zones project.
Now thats she’s gone…whew….but until TX Health and other community leaders push for the plugging of all these wells so the storage tanks are gone (they 24/7 spewing hydrocarbons off into our airshed)….the spirit of your program is not effective. 
The gas wells are everywhere…peace of mind is not.

From: brandy.oquinn@healthways.com

To: Hogangaryfwtx@aol.com
CC: Kimberly.Porter@healthways.com
Sent: 9/17/2014 9:33:53 A.M. Central Daylight Time
Subj: RE: Blue Zone Project Viability

First let me clear up the misperception you have that we are “ignoring” this issue due to our leadership.  Blue Zones Project doesn’t address air quality issues anywhere … not in North Texas or other parts of the nation where we have projects.  We focus on nine core principles that are proven to impact well-being:  moving naturally, knowing your purpose, downshifting, eating only until 80% full, eating more fruits and vegetables, enjoying a glass of wine each day (if you have a healthy relationship with alcohol), creating a positive social network, connecting with religion, and prioritizing family.  We work with six different sectors: businesses, schools, restaurants, grocery stores, neighborhoods, and city hall to help make healthy choices easier in these areas.  We focus on well-being: not health and wellness.   I understand that our concept doesn’t address every single issue that any person could claim would be related to well-being, but there are other organizations who address other aspects and your concerns about air quality would be better served by them.                           I’m sorry you have such a vendetta against one single person who used to work in the oil and gas industry. I know there were (and still are) tens of thousands of people who work in that industry in North Texas.  Frankly, I’m proud to have worked for her in this start-up venture and regret that she is returning to a consulting business now that we’re up and running.  If you would like to address your concerns directly with her, I can make sure you have her contact information. And I spell my name with a ‘y’.
Brandy O’Quinn                                                                                                                            Policy Manager   Blue Zones Project|Fort Worth                                                             Healthways, Inc  .817-219-5452    brandy.oquinn@healthways.com
Brandy,   ( And apologize  for the misspelling have a close relative  that uses i  and guess my finger  / mind slipped )
Your comments noted . Vendetta ?  Well when an organization trying to promote  well being aligns with a person who associated with an Industry that did not promote well being and health in citizens. The fall out lands  where it may. All I can say from my position is that I am certainly not alone in those thoughts  and when her appointment  was made the most common comments were not complimentary. She will remain as the face of Blue Zone  not in a positive way to many of us. So be it. I am just the  voice of many thousands also who live the  the negative results of  what her past brought us  and how she promoted that as a paid PR.  The facts I gave you are truth re children’s  health during that time period and as it continues.
We WILL continue to address air and water pollution with the appropriate agencies.
You say We focus on well-being: not health and wellness. ? OK I think most people think they go hand in hand  are one and the same. Especially since You work  for Texas Health Resources as a sponsor of Blue Zone. New projects  need credibility and I stand by my comments.
Gary Hogan
In a message dated 9/15/2014 9:40:53 P.M. Central Daylight Time, Hogangaryfwtx@aol.com writes:
To All,
 I have attended  the FWLNA meeting on Blue Zone  and one other .
These are the  remaining ones. I have expressed that Blue Zone  Projects is a farce until it addresses the real threat to citizens health in our city  and that is Un Natural Gas  extraction that affects our air emissions  and the farce of Blue Zone  being lead by former Chesapeake Energy VP Julie Wilson. These are the next meetings.
Wed., Sept. 17   12:00 pm   TCC Corporate Training Center  13600 Heritage Pky  76177
Thurs., Sept. 18    6:00 pm  Martin Luther King Community Center 5565 Truman Dr. 76112
Fri.,    Sept. 19     5:30 pm   TCU Kelly Alumni Center 2820 Stadium Dr. 76109
Sat.,   Sept. 20     8:30 am  Ridglea Presbyterian Church 6201 Camp Bowie Blvd. 76116
Mon.,  Sept. 22    6:30 pm  Lake Country Church 8777 Boat Club Rd. 76179
Tues., Sept. 23     6:00 pm  RD Evans Community Center 3200 Lackland Rd. 76116
Wed.,  Sept. 24     6:30 pm   Riverside Community Center 3700 E. Belknap St. 76111
Thurs., Sept. 25  10:00 am   Handley Meadowbrook Senior Center 6201 Beaty St. 76112
Thurs., Sept. 25     6:30 pm    Meadowbrook UMC  3900 Meadowbrook  76103
Sat.,     Sept. 27   2:00 pm   Heritage HOA  9536 Courtright Dr. 76244
I wish I was not going on vacation this next week or I’d desire to form a protest group out in front of  each of these events. I would encourage as many of you to do that or to go and  raise the question of WQHy Blue Zone id failing to address our concerns related to gas   extration impacts on public health. Great to walk, exercise  and  eat healthy but is not clean air  to breath while walking, running  etc  etc  more important ? OH Julie Wilson is lead.,let’s  act superficially  and say gas driling is not the  cause of Asthma in children escalating  from less than 5% in 2005  to almost 25 % through  2011 during  years of  gas activity and  proliferation. 
I will not be back until Sept. 28  but will take up this fight when I do. Help as you can by speaking out publicly. 
You can also email to   
Brandy O’Quinn                                                                                            Policy Manager                                                                                                    Blue Zones Project|Fort Worth   Healthways, Inc.                                             817-219-5452     brandy.oquinn@healthways.com
Gary Hogan  President  NCTCA
My comments to Ms. O’Quinn  below
Yes  your  delay was felt as ignoring and obvious misunderstanding of issue. Your  response  clears no question of my input. You totally  missed the boat on my comment. First expressed to Kimberly C Porter at The Fort Worth League of Neighborhoods meeting this past month. Kimberly stated  she would express my concerns to you regarding Blue Zone project projections and ideals. I therefore  feel you also chose to ignore them. My concern is that Blue Zone IS NOT looking into or including any logic into the most important  threat to health in the City of Fort Worth, which is emissions that come from Gas extraction from the Barnett Shale. Exercise  and good  eating behaviors are all well and good, but clean air and water is a bigger concern. Is Blue Zone  aware that Asthma in children went  from less than 5%  to nearly 25 % from 2006 through 2011 ? Not coincidently the  same period of proliferate  dense urban drilling.  You would  really think Texas Health Resources  would be aware of this data. My concern and many of my citizens advocates have no faith in the Fort Worth Blue Zone Project without inclination to advocate  for the Gas Industry to clean up their operations and stop polluting. We knew this would be the case as  Julie Wilson former  VP at Chesapeake Energy was chosen as the lead of The Fort Worth Blue Zone Project. I and others had sent many emails of disdain in regard to this decision in the past to Texas Health Resources and  Blue Zone project. Blue Zone  leaves us very little  recourse  except to counter and publicize this negligence on the projects initiatives and choice to ignore this high public health threat to Fort Worth.
Gary Hogan
President North Central Texas Communities  Alliance
Former City of Fort Worth Gas Ordinance TF 2006 & 2008
Citizens Representative

‘Louis ‘ via NCTCA Today at 1:32 PM
lindalabeau@sbcglobal.net Hogangaryfwtx@aol.com lobdillj@att.net charlie.murphy@valwoodpark.com tolli@wedgwoodsquare.org and 5 more…

Here! Here! Whether or not Julie Wilson is with the Blue Zone Project any longer…or not…is of no consequence. The very fact that they would hire Ms. Wilson at all has taken away any and all credibility that the Blue Zone Project may have had.


A politician can steal more with a briefcase than a 100 men with guns!

—–Original Message—–
From: Linda
To: xx

Subject: RE: Fort Worth Blue Zone Project Farce

Ms. O’Quinn,

I am writing in support of my friend and fellow activist, Gary Hogan. Gary and I worked together to inform Fort Worth of the consequences of “urban fracking” and in support of community neighbors whose property was being devalued due to this fracking blight to our community.

Julie Wilson has always spoken from both sides of her mouth and will never have credibility with a majority of ordinary citizens in Fort Worth. The lies and double speak from her and her employer Chespeake would be laughable if it weren’t so tragic to many here. So before you accuse Gary of having some vendetta, hidden agenda or mal intent towards your so called Blue Zone project, be informed that using Julie Wilson as your organizations mouth piece did you no favors with the citizens of Fort Worth.

I’d rather turn blue than do anything to support the Blue Zone endeavors.

Best regards,
Linda XX RN

Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Texas Health Resources & former VP Chesapeake Urban Drilling team up in Shale Hell

OH the ironic horror of the marriage of healthcare + former VP of Urban Drilling/Chesapeake, Julie Wilson, to lead our area’s Blue Zones project.

The Ft Worth Weekly reported on how flowback Chesapeake jobs were making Arlington residents sick. They posted Julie Wilson’s alleged response (its just steam/harmless) which doesn’t match what Chesapeake had on their website (flowback may contain VOC’s like propane).

The Star Telegram reported last August, 2014.. “Skeptics have also worried about how much programs will cost …..(mayor) Price said the conversation about Fort Worth’s livability is already part of debate on the city’s planned $292 million May 2014 bond election, in components such as sidewalks and bike infrastructure.”


Below is some info I gleaned off of this Ft Worth Blue Zones Project assessment that the Star Telegram reported that “Barclay Berdan, senior vice president of Texas Health Resources, which footed the $500,000 bill for the assessment and has taken the informal lead with the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce.”

….I added my comments in (parenthesis) and boldfaced for emphasis…

Page 3 “Environmental and Research-Supported Change: The Blue Zones Project focuses on driving environmental change so that healthy options are easy options (so Wilson will personally plug the toxic gas wells she helped put in highly densely populated areas?).

The programs leverage best practices and tenets from Blue Zones, places where people live the longest (surely not in the shale), and other research- supported interventions (like Frackademia?).

This approach aligns with and expands upon efforts already championed by city and public health leaders. (who are silent on the health risks of urban drilling)

...the Blue Zones Project to convene individuals across sectors (like the gas mafia?), including competitors (???other healthcare providers or shale-airshed-pollution-created-now-sick customers?)”

Page 6 Recommendations… Drinking several glasses of wine daily, if appropriate.”  (is this to mean they need to target those living near drilling that it is appropriate to DRINK TO FORGET they now live in an industrialized neighborhood?)

Page 8 fails to categorize how many gas wells co-exist with where people breathe in Tarrant County/Barnett Shale. Also the jobs breakdown doesn’t include all those “shale created jobs” either…

“The City of Fort Worth provides over 360,000 jobs, according to U.S. Census Bureau Employment statistics; leading industries generating jobs include manufacturing (15.6%), healthcare (13%), retail (9.3%), and educational (8.9%).”

Page 12 identified a strength in the Ft Worth area...”The Blue Zones Project team noted a large and vibrant faith community.” (Oh like the churches getting royalties off of neighboring gas wells?)

Page 14 says that the Blue Zone project has “Strong support from local Chambers.” (like the Chamber of Commerce in Arlington that wanted to weaken protections in our Gas Drilling Ordinance?)

Page 15 “Concurrently, the Blue Zones Project team will approach individual schools directly to explore appropriate options for their specific student population”. (you mean those schools near drilling sites that should be at least a mile away per this study presented to the Ft Worth Indpendent School District?)

After shale drilling came into Arlington’s airshed, and then later when my husband fought cancer, I started a Facebook group “Fail = Texas Health Resources/Arlington” to see if others were having the same issues with this hospital (formerly known as Arlington Memorial).

What incites me to blog here is the seemingly nepotism-istic way that our Ft Worth Mayor Betsy Price (whose election campagin was funded by Chesapeake) and Julie Wilson seem to have. Here is picture of them as Dancing Divas…. http://fwtx.com/…/public/snapshots/DANCING%20DIVAS.jpg…

Please comment on this FB page if you agree that Julie Wilson should be the last person to lead the Blue Zones health conscious project in our BarnettShaleHell.

Also, I contacted Blue Zones with this comment…

“In Wilson’s previous job as PR VP for Chesapeake urban drilliing, she allegedly sent a letter responding to a concerned citizen (that was posted on Facebook) that flowback was just steam/harmless which conflicts with good science that it may at may at least contains VOC’s…even BTEX.

Please explain why she was chosen and how many others applied for the position, thanks.”


Here is what OTHERS have said that oppose this….

“Why does this surprise anyone? This is the same woman who was hired to justify spending public money on the Trinity Uptown redevelopement project (see Trinity River Vision) by showing everyone pictures of the 1949 flood in Fort Worth!!!!!”

“Her new employers must be idiots if they think anything in her resume remotely qualifies her to even pretend to do anything about a community’s health. Most likely, this whole enterprise is a smokescreen for some truly unhealthful things they plan to unleash on FW.”


“A recent story in our Fort Worth Business press announced the appointment of former VP of Chesapeake Energy as the lead person of a Blue Zone Health Program for Fort Worth, TX  area . I want to advise you of my own and many other residents of Fort Worth , of which I am fairly certain you will hear from also , that feel this is of hypocrisy of the highest level. Ms Wilson in her position as VP of Chesapeake  brought a heavy industrial air polluting activity into a densely populated area. During the most active period of the drilling 2006 through 2011, for instance, our major children’s hospital Cook Children’s reported Asthma in children went  from 5% to 24.8 % Asthma in children remains today the most reported treatment of children at this hospital. We are hearing of other increases of reported health concerns from living too close  to these activities and the release of air toxins from the activity. I am many other resident want to express our outrage at the appointment of Ms Wilson to over see any health promotion program and feel this appointment is of the highest degree of hypocrisy after she was such a big part of promoting this activity The industry she represented still allows waste water storage tanks to vent freely into our air. If any group wants to research health problems in Fort Worth  they need to research gas related activities first and foremost. Ms Wilson’s  participation will be seen as a deterrent. I would hope that Healthways might see the negative this appointment may bring in the eyes of many citizens like myself in Fort Worth. Further more I and others are already spreading word of this appointment  hypocrisy.”
Monday 3:08pm
They sent the original to majella, I have sent her your message. I hope all is well. Geralyn
I was just looking at he xx (FB) post. Maybe it is the “recommended policy changes” Ms Wilson needs to be in on the ground to draft.
4 minutes ago

Hi Kim, here are the Chesapeake emails in word and and pdf. I notice it was marissa, not julie who was replying. best wishes Geralyn

About Kim Triolo Feil

Since TX Statute 253.005 forbids drilling in heavily settled municipalities, I unsuccessfully ran for City Council Seat to try to enforce this. Since Urban Drilling, our drinking water has almost tripled for TTHM's. Before moving to Arlington in 1990, I lived in Norco’s “cancer alley”, a refinery town. It was only after Urban Drilling in Arlington did I start having health effects. After our drill site was established closest to my home, the chronic nosebleeds started. I know there are more canaries here in Arlington having reactions to our industrialized airshed (we have 55-60 padsites of gas wells). Come forward and report to me those having health issues especially if you live to the north/northwest of a drill site so I can map your health effects on this blog. My youtube account is KimFeilGood. FAIR USE NOTICE: THIS SITE MAY CONTAIN COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL THE USE OF WHICH HAS NOT ALWAYS BEEN SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED BY THE COPYRIGHT OWNER. MATERIAL FROM DIVERSE AND SOMETIMES TEMPORARY SOURCES IS BEING MADE AVAILABLE IN A PERMANENT UNIFIED MANNER, AS PART OF AN EFFORT TO ADVANCE UNDERSTANDING OF THE SOCIAL JUSTICE ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH EMINENT DOMAIN AND THE PRIVATIZATION OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE (AMONG OTHER THINGS). IT IS BELIEVED THAT THIS IS A 'FAIR USE' OF THE INFORMATION AS ALLOWED UNDER SECTION 107 OF THE US COPYRIGHT LAW. IN ACCORDANCE WITH TITLE 17 USC SECTION 107, THE SITE IS MAINTAINED WITHOUT PROFIT FOR THOSE WHO ACCESS IT FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES. FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE: HTTP://WWW.LAW.CORNELL.EDU/ TO USE MATERIAL REPRODUCED ON THIS SITE FOR PURPOSES THAT GO BEYOND 'FAIR USE', PERMISSION IS REQUIRED FROM THE COPYRIGHT OWNER INDICATED WITH A NAME AND INTERNET LINK AT THE END OF EACH ITEM. (NOTE: THE TEXT OF THIS NOTICE WAS ALSO LIFTED FROM CORRIDORNEWS.BLOGSPOT.COM)
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