[Note: This event was originally scheduled for May 14th, which was incorrect. LSHRM apologizes for any inconvenience this may have caused.]
Being Well & Living Well In Times of Uncertainty
We are living in unprecedented times and our role in promoting the wellness of our employees is more important than ever before. As human resources professionals, we have many tools at our disposal to engage our employees in discussions about wellness and helping them be the best versions of themselves, even during these trying times. Join us for our May Chapter Meeting with the LSHRM Wellness Team and learn how to better assist your employees during this crisis.
- Identifying strengths and sources of resiliency and support to leverage during challenging times
- Tips for supporting others, including children and teens
- Strategies for resilience and emotional well-being, including your Company’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Best Practices Benchmarking for Being Well & Living Well in times of uncertainty.
LSHRM Wellness Team[
Chad Barnes grew up in Chicago and moved to Louisville in the late 90's. He is a graduate of the University of Louisville, married with 1 daughter. With almost 20 years in the insurance industry, Chad has partnered with New York Life to help individuals, families and businesses plan for their financial future. At New York Life, they cannot predict the future, but they help clients prepare for the future.
Bonnie Bowles grew up in Ohio and moved to Louisville 16 years ago with her husband of 26 years. They have 8 children. She graduated with a Masters Degree from Ashland Theological Seminary. Bonnie has served the last 5 years as the Community Outreach Educator for Lowe Chiropractic & Wellness. Her passion is to connect with companies, through free Massage Day’s and Lunch and Learns, to help their team members Feel Better, Get Better and Stay Better!
Tiffany Cardwell is a Principal Advisor with MCM’s HR Solutions Group. She has more than 20+ years of experience in domestic and international HR within various industries. Tiffany graduated with a BA from Northwestern and her MS from Loyola University in Chicago and holds her SHRM-CP, PHR and CCP Certifications. She is an active community leader and serves on many civic and charitable boards and committees. Tiffany has been recognized as one of Business First’s “Forty Under 40” and “20 People to Know in HR” and is a past recipient of the KYSHRM “Lyle Hanna Spirit Award for Excellence.” She is currently the LSHRM Director of Wellness, the KYSHRM Foundation & Philanthropic Director and was a Past President of LSHRM. Outside of work, Tiffany enjoys time with her husband Shawn of 26 years, her kids Ryan and Haley, and their beloved dog King.
Annetta L. Hunter is the Founder and CEO of Hunter Coaching and Consulting, LLC. A Wellness Company. Educated at the Boston Architectural College in Boston, MA, Annetta utilizes her diverse Corporate background, education, experience and skills into her work as a Certified Personal and Corporate Wellness Coach, focusing on Stress Resilience Counseling. Annetta is an Author and Speaker, as well as an active Board Member for the Work Site Wellness Council of Louisville and the Louisville Society for Human Resource Management (LSHRM). She is mother of twin 13-year-old boys and a caregiver to her mother.
Leslie Scott currently serves as a Consumer Engagement Professional, promoting Humana’s Go365 wellness program to approximately 100 clients. Her expertise lies in over twenty years of experience in providing internal/external development, team effectiveness and engagement at all levels of an organization. Designing & implementing strategic plans, she develops high performing, engaged teams. In addition, Leslie is WELCOA Faculty Certified, licensed in Health/Life Insurance, Wellness Co-Chair for LSHRM and Director of Partnership/Sponsorship for WWCL. She is passionate about healthy living and inspiring others! Outside of work, Leslie is a mother of three daughters and a “Lolly” to her adored grandson.