Finding Her Balance - Women's Mental Wellness In The Workplace: NYC


Oct. 9 2018, Published 8:00 p.m. ET

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COST: free

VENUE: Berlin Cameron

ADDRESS: 3 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10019, USA

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Work stress is universal, but what happens when you couple that with the pressures women face in today’s society? Join us on World Mental Health Day as we explore the mental wellness topics that are unique to women in the workplace —in the US and worldwide.

As an agency that aims to create cultural change, Berlin Cameron, in collaboration with Ellevate Network, Kantar Health, Lightspeed, WPP Health and Wellness, the Geena Davis Institute and the Metro NY Chapter, USNC, UN Women, is hosting this unique event to raise awareness of and let women come together to discuss mental wellness in the workplace.

Welcome & Breakfast

Jennifer DaSilva (President, Berlin Cameron)

Opening Meditation

Joyce Englander Levy (Director of Mindfulness and Movement, THE WELL)


Amber Rae (Author, Choose Wonder Over Worry)

Panel: On the Brink: Strategies to Ensure Mental Wellness in the Workplace

Lindsey Stein (Editor, Campaign U.S.)

Carley Roney (Founder, The Knot)

Jonna Piira (Founder/ CEO, Kali)

Jennifer DaSilva (President, Berlin Cameron)

Breakout Sessions

(Please pick one talk per session)

Session 1 (30 minutes)

1. The Science of Happiness, Stella Grizont, Woopaah

2. Gen Z: Transforming the Workplace for the “NOW” Generation, Anna Blue, Girl Up

3. Thriving as a Working Mother, Sarah Lux-Lee, Mindr

4. Implementing Meditation at Work, Sarrah Hallock and Joyce Englander Levy, THE WELL

Session 2 (30 minutes)

1. Practice Thankfulness to Improve Your Mental Health & Wellness, Kim McDonnell and Ellie Cobb, Ph.D. (; Johanna Skilling (Ogilvy Common Health Worldwide)

2. Managing Stress in the Workplace, Kristy Wallace (Ellevate Network)

3. Onscreen Representations Can Enhance Mental Wellness in the Workplace, Mary Ellen Holden (New York Council Lead/The Geena Davis Institute)

4. The Impact of #METOO on Global Mental Health, Mary Luke (Metro NY Chapter, USNC, UN Women)

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