Massachusetts Wellness Tax Credit, a How-To Guide Webinar
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In today’s competitive market, what MA business can afford to leave $10,000.00 on the table? Attend the latest event from our state’s premier wellness resource, and learn how your business can keep its workforce healthy AND enjoy 25% off while doing it. Join WWCMA as it hosts another best practice event geared to keeping your staff and your bottom line healthy in 2015, and beyond!

8/27/2015
When: 8/27/2015
1:00 - 2:00 PM
Where: Webinar
Presenter: Shioban Torres, DrPH, MPH
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In today’s competitive market, what MA business can afford to leave $10,000.00 on the table?

 

Attend the latest event from our state’s premier wellness resource, and learn how your business can keep its workforce healthy AND enjoy 25% off while doing it.


Join WWCMA as it hosts another best practice event geared to keeping your staff and your bottom line healthy in 2015, and beyond!

 

Presented by:

 

Shioban E. Torres, DrPH, MPH
Shioban Torres is the Worksite Wellness Coordinator for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. As part of her work, she oversees the implementation of the Small Business Wellness Tax Credit. Shioban has a Doctoral degree from the Boston University School of Public Health and has over ten years of experience working with underserved and ethnic minority populations. Shioban has worked for the American Cancer Society and Susan G. Komen for the Cure to reduce cancer disparities across the state. Her work includes grant making, research, and public policy and advocacy. She also has years of experience working in project management and implementation including recruitment, assessment, intervention and evaluation. Prior to joining DPH, Shioban was the Project Manager for the Boston Puerto Rican Health Study where she collaborated with community partners to implement a multidimensional community-based intervention focused on diet and exercise, with the goal of reducing heart disease risk.

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