Presented by the UMass Lowell Women's Leadership Conference

In conjunction with our in-person conference programming, the UMass Lowell Women's Leadership Conference is committed to providing focused, virtual online programming to help all of us lead in today's fast-changing environment.

Most Recent Session

June 15, 3-4:30 p.m. — Holistic Health: Women, Wellness & Leadership

With professional and personal boundaries blurred, and burnout on the rise, how can a holistic approach to health and wellness help alleviate stress and improve our work lives?

Join us on June 15 from 3-4:30 p.m. for Holistic Health: Women, Wellness & Leadership, a virtual event that explores the unique ways that women, especially those in leadership roles, can make a positive impact. Part of UMass Lowell’s Women's Leadership Conversations series, this free event will offer practical insights into:

  • How stress and burnout can affect overall health
  • Prioritizing healthy nutrition for physical and emotional health
  • Effective leadership strategies, challenges and opportunities in today’s world
  • The science behind mindfulness and holistic health

Moderated by Anne Maglia, associate vice chancellor for research administration and integrity at UMass Lowell, this session will feature an interactive conversation with expert panelists, including:

  • Karoline Evans, assistant professor of management in the Manning School of Business and a research associate in the Center for Women and Work at UMass Lowell
  • Tara Healey, founder and director of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care’s “Mind the Moment” mindfulness program
  • Kelsey M. Mangano, assistant professor of biomedical and nutritional sciences and director of nutritional science in the Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences at UMass Lowell
Check out some other leadership development opportunities offered by the university in the UMass Lowell Leadership Academy.

We kicked off our series of virtual events on Tuesday, Dec. 8, with a timely discussion on the Future of the Workforce, featuring Dr. Robin Jones of Deloitte and UMass Lowell's own Dr. Elizabeth Altman of the Manning School of Business. Watch a Recording of the Dec. 8 Conversation (Future of the Workforce):

Video | Session Transcript

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