More and more, we’re hearing about the ways in which COVID-19 has impacted women’s ability to perform at work, play caretaker at home, and maintain their mental wellbeing throughout it all.
We believe that hope lies in the leaders of our communities and organizations to better adapt to the unique needs faced by women today, and to provide solutions that offer full-spectrum support.
Join us for a new kind of webinar that functions as both an artistic and practical exploration of the unique challenges women and non-binary people face in addressing their mental health.
Koh believes mental healthcare is going to look radically different in the next 5-10 years: instead of being a guessing game of trial-and-error, mental healthcare will be precisely and accurately tailored to each individual through data. She started Spring Health because she wanted to build that future — where the hopelessness of guessing is replaced with the hope of data-driven, accurate care.
Alexander is a lifelong public servant and a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas. She has worked at AmeriCorps VISTA, Habitat for Humanity, Dallas MHMR, and the Dallas County Juvenile Department. She has helped children and families navigate mental health challenges and build their lives back after mental health crises. She also works as a community activist and public speaker focusing on mental health, voting rights, and criminal justice reform.
Hall oversees Instacart’s Human Resources, Recruiting, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion functions. As CHRO, Christina is focused on building a holistic people and talent strategy designed to attract, retain and develop employees at Instacart. Christina joined Instacart in October 2020 and brings to the Company more than 20 years of experience advancing talent goals at high-performing tech companies. She most recently served as Chief People Officer at LinkedIn, and previously held key human resources roles at Facebook and Intuit.
Mita Mallick is a corporate change-maker with a track record of transforming businesses and cultures. Mita is a passionate storyteller who believes in the power of diversity to spur creative strategic thinking which can ultimately transform brands. She is currently the Head of Inclusion, Equity and Impact at Carta. Mallick is a contributor for Entrepreneur, and her writing has been published in Harvard Business Review, The New York Post and Business Insider. She lives in Jersey City, NJ with her two children and her husband.
Taylor is a New York Times best-selling author, international slam poetry champion, speaker, humanitarian and social justice activist, educator, and founder of The Body is Not An Apology movement.