Coming together to discuss future trends and the state of wellness!
Each new year gives us the opportunity to bring a new perspective to how we address the challenges of today. As we continue to adapt to a post-pandemic world where hybrid work is the norm, and employee engagement and well-being challenges are increasing amidst the growing economic turmoil, how is your organization reimagining wellbeing and its role in supporting a changing workforce? Is the goal of optimizing employee wellbeing driving or shaping your talent strategy, or are you just trying to keep up with the status quo?
What is the focus for your wellbeing strategy in 2023? We joined leaders from Worksite Wellness Council of MA (WWCMA), National Wellness Institute (NWI), Wellable (award winning wellness software platform) — and your industry colleagues in a roundtable forum to discuss the trends and future state of workforce wellbeing. As part of this dialogue, we addressed the systemic issue of ineffective wellness programming, strategies for inter-connecting wellness practices within organizations to curate a culture of wellness, and how the WWCMA can reimagine its services to fit to YOUR needs in building an impactful and tailored wellbeing strategy.
So put on your thinking cap, roll up your sleeves and join us for an interactive and robust discussion on these topics!
All voices are welcome. Attendees and facilitators will walk away with key insights and actionable takeaways that we will share amongst our members and the New England wellbeing community.
SVP, Customer Success & Consulting Services, meQ
WWCMA Board Chair
WWCMA Board Chair
Kristie has over 20 years of experience in employee benefits and corporate wellbeing, helping employers design and execute strategies to help attract and retain talent and become employers-of-choice. Kristie is considered an expert in the field of employee wellbeing, and her work has been featured in numerous business and industry events and publications.
As meQ’s Customer Success leader, Kristie is responsible for developing customer relationships and ensuring that our customers derive maximum value from meQ’s products and services. Kristie also works with customers to identify opportunities to improve employee resilience and organizational agility through a suite of professional and consulting services that are designed to meet organizational needs.
Kristie is a cofounder and currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts, the only non-profit in New England dedicated to helping employers improve the health and well-being of employees and their families. She is also an active member of The Boston Club, one of the largest communities of women executives and professional leaders in the Northeast. Its mission is to impel the advancement of women to top leadership positions.
CEO, National Wellness Institute
Chuck is the CEO of the National Wellness Institute. He has seen firsthand the importance of connecting people, places, processes, and strategies. His work in the wellness industry has been recognized and utilized nationally and internationally. Over the last 20 years, he has developed numerous workplace and community initiatives, as well as evaluated and consulted with hundreds of organizations large and small on wellness strategies.
Chuck is a former human resources executive with responsibilities that included leading workplace wellness efforts that resulted in a substantial financial and cultural impacts to the company. He has spent time in the classroom teaching business and wellness for Purdue University. He achieved the NWI designation of Certified Wellness Practitioner in 2019. His passion for helping others thrive is hard to miss.
Chuck holds an undergraduate degree from Purdue University and an MBA from the University of Indianapolis. He is happiest when on his sailboat, cheering for Purdue sports, hiking, and mostly when he is spending quality time with his wife and daughter.
Founder & CEO, Wellable
Nick is the Founder and CEO of Wellable, a wellness technology platform that enables organizations to create programs that help employees thrive by engaging them in holistic wellbeing educational modules and activities. Prior to Wellable, Nick worked at TriZetto, a leading healthcare technology company offering software solutions to health plans and providers, and served as Director of Strategy, reporting directly to one of the executives of the firm. Nick also worked at Harris Williams and Morgan Keegan as an investment banking Analyst and Associate, advising on mergers and acquisitions and capital raises for healthcare and technology companies. He is also an Adjunct Professor at George Washington University’s School of Medicine & Health Sciences. Nick lives in Boston with the two of the most amazing people he’s ever met—his wife and daughter.