How Workplaces Can Support Mental Wellness and Prevent Suicides Webinar

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Our workplaces have a profound effect on our well-being. So, how can workplaces be supportive to the 1 in 5 adults who live with a mental health condition? Unfortunately, most organizations rely on individuals increasing their tolerance to stress rather than addressing the job-related source. During our free 1-hour How Workplaces Can Support Mental Wellness and Prevent Suicides webinar you will learn how workplace places contribute to employee stress, employers can develop a mental health-supportive culture, and to respond to situations that could happen in your workplace.



Valerie Cordero, PhD

Valerie Cordero is Co-Executive Director of Families for Depression Awareness. Valerie joined the FFDA staff in 2010 and has held positions in administration, programs, and development. She received her BA from Spelman College and earned her Masters and PhD in Ethnomusicology from the University of California at Los Angeles. Valerie is based in FFDA’s Nashville office.

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Susan Weinstein, JD

Susan Weinstein, J.D., serves as Co-Executive Director of Families for Depression Awareness and Editor in Chief of Care for Your Mind, a mental health advocacy blog. She has been with the FFDA since 2012.

Carol Thomas, Human Resources Director, Microdesk

Carol Thomas is the Human Resources Director for Microdesk, a cutting-edge technology consultancy with 13 offices worldwide. Prior to Microdesk, Carol worked for Xerox Corporation for 34 years. She had a cross functional career at Xerox as a leader and executive in customer administration, sales, human resources, and service with over 30 years of management experience. Carol is a member of FFDA’s Board of Directors.