Now more than ever, companies are prioritizing mental health and wellbeing. Creating a workplace culture that supports all employees is a good business practice, especially given the unprecedented challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us to find out how to “bring your A game” to cultivating a culture of resilience and wellness throughout your organization. You will learn successful approaches to wellness and proven business practices that replace the silence and stigma associated with mental health with acceptance and compassion. We will discuss resources from the Mental Health Toolkit that highlight the four “A’s” of a mental health-friendly workplace: awareness, accommodations, assistance, and access.
VP, Customer Success at Spring Health
Sarah Bowe is the Vice President of Customer Success at Spring Health. She oversees all aspects of the customer lifecycle from implementation to ongoing account management and contract renewal for Spring’s customers. In addition to her role at Spring Health, Sarah is a founding member of the Chief Washington, D.C., chapter. Sarah has spent her career in healthcare, starting as a benefits consultant and moving into healthcare tech for several start-ups where she has built and scaled Customer Success teams. Sarah graduated from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA, where she originally majored in dance.
Grace Ingram, DHSc, CWWS, ACSM-CEP
Wellbeing Program Manager for the City of Alexandria
Dr. Grace Ingram is the Wellbeing Program Manager for the City of Alexandria in Northern Virginia. Dr. Ingram holds a Bachelor’s in Biology from Spelman College, a Master’s in Exercise Science with a concentration in Health Promotion from Georgia State University and a Doctorate in Health Science with a concentration in Global Health. Dr. Ingram is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and is a Certified Exercise Physiologist®. She is also a Certified Worksite Wellness Specialist with the National Wellness Institute. In her spare time, Dr. Ingram loves to spend time with family, especially her 13-year-old son, 5-year-old daughter and her newly-married-to husband. She has a true passion for traveling, learning about new cultures, and listening to all types of music.
In honor of our previous HRLF President Stephen Battalia and Mental Health Awareness Month, we are asking that you make a donation to National Alliance on Mental Illness. You can dedicate your donation to Stephen Battalia, or someone dear to you that you'd like to honor. Click this link to make your donation.
4:00pm - 4:30pm - Registration & Networking
4:30pm - 6:00pm - Program & Breakout Session
6:00pm - 7:30pm - Cocktail Reception