Caregiving impacts organizations of all shapes and sizes. It lowers productivity, hinders mental and physical health, costs employers billions, and impedes the path to an equitable workplace. With over 20% of Americans providing unpaid care for someone they love, understanding the needs of employee caregivers is essential to a comprehensive rewards plan.
By recognizing how caregiving uniquely affects different populations, HR professionals can better inform strategy, and ensure they’re delivering support most effectively. In this webinar, we’ll dive into internal data from Wellthy and translate what we’re seeing into valuable takeaways for employers.
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Lindsay Jurist-Rosner is the CEO of Wellthy, Inc. based in New York City. Wellthy is helping the 66 million Americans who care for aging, chronically ill, and disabled loved ones. With Wellthy, Lindsay is building the company she needed throughout the 28-years caring for her mother. Prior to founding Wellthy in 2014, Lindsay was in the advertising technology and media industries with functional responsibilities in marketing, product and sales. Lindsay served as the Senior Vice President of Marketing at NY-based advertising technology startup, Simulmedia. Before that, Lindsay ran Marketing Research at Machinima; worked in product and strategic marketing at Microsoft; worked in marketing at LA-based startup, Spot Runner; and ran the west coast advertising and marketing relationships for The Atlantic. Lindsay received an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a BA in Economics-Operations Research from Columbia University. Lindsay lives in New York City.
Sarah is a Senior Data Scientist at Wellthy, where she partners with teams across the organization to drive data initiatives. Having felt the impact of managing complex care needs in her own family, Sarah was instantly drawn to Wellthy’s mission of supporting the 66 million Americans caring for aging, chronically ill, and disabled loved ones. Prior to joining Wellthy, Sarah worked in health informatics with the Fund for Public Health in NYC and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Her scope included building large-scale data pipelines and developing robust operational and population health analyses. With over a decade of experience in healthcare technology, Sarah has led a range of data projects around electronic health records, patient portals, and health information exchange. Sarah received a Master of Public Health from Columbia University specializing in research methods, and a BA from Smith College. She lives in New York City and is an avid indoor rock climber.