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Designing a Well-being Playbook for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Employees | Sonia Hunt


The health and well-being of BIPOC employees is rooted in their culture, which can hold them back from being healthy. These communities, in particular, continue to see a rise in illness, disease, and chronic health conditions, making the case for providing and supporting intentional well-being enhancement opportunities for BIPOC employees in the workplace. This session will outline how incorporating a Well-being Playbook that considers employees’ whole-body health, as well their culture and lived experiences, can be a successful, inclusive strategy for elevating the well-being of diverse employee groups. Attendees will explore key components of a Well-being Playbook they can develop to redesign healthy culture and enhance employees’ well-being and performance.

Following this session, participants will be able to:

  1. define what a Well-being Playbook is.
  2. identify what a company should considering including their Well-being Playbook.
  3. explain why the benefit of a Well-being Playbook for for employers and employees.

NOTE: "Registration" for individual sessions is not required. Once onsite, you may attend any sessions on the day(s) for which you are registered.


  • Sonia Hunt

    Sonia Hunt is an International Health + Wellness Speaker, Author & CMO. She overcame a lifetime of over 32 severe food allergies and chronicled her journey in her #1 Best-Selling book, NUT JOB, and TEDx Talk. She's an advisor to CEO’s focused the U.N.'s Sustainable Development Goals, and the creator of Three to Be™, a holistic health and well-being program that guides people to Be Healthy, Be Safe + Be Well™ to thrive.

July 19, 2023
Wed 10:30 AM EDT
Room 3, 3rd Floor Individual session registration NOT required

Duration 1H 0M

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