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Ignite Wellness Summit


Jun. 25 2019, Published 8:00 p.m. ET

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COST: free

VENUE: U.S. Chamber of Commerce

ADDRESS: 1615 H Street NW Washington, DC 20006


The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, in partnership with the American Heart Association and National Council for Behavioral Health, invites you to attend the Ignite Wellness Summit on Wednesday, June 26 and 27, 2019. To foster healthier communities, businesses are taking a holistic approach—understanding the interconnection between the community, their employees, and health outcomes. Ignite Wellness will showcase how the private sector disrupts, revolutionizes, and inspires to improve the well-being of society at large.

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Businesses of all sizes, and from all industries, are leading the way in health and wellness. Whether through external community health initiatives and partnerships or internal employees wellness programs, businesses are galvanizing ideas and resources to create strategies that promote community well-being.

Highlighting innovative trends and cutting-edge technology in health and wellness, Ignite Wellness will feature:

  • Innovative partnerships to improve community wellness.
  • Methods for fostering mental health awareness.
  • Initiatives that address disparities to improve health outcomes.
  • Approaches to wellness programs that incorporate groundbreaking techniques to maximize employee well-being, both inside and outside the workplace.

In addition, Ignite Wellness will feature an exclusive event focused on mental health and emotional well-being on Thursday, June 27, tailored to corporate social responsibility leaders, human resources executives, and decision makers. This day will provide creative ideas and solutions to incorporate emotional wellness into the workplace. The day will also include a four-hour training on how to support colleagues to help build a more resilient and productive workforce. Interested HR executives and decision makers should contact Elyse Cohen at for additional details.

Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation this June to learn how your organization can invigorate your workforce and community to achieve better health and wellness.


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