The live recording is below:
And the mini-white paper, which summarizes the study in more detail, ‘Now is the Time to Invert the Work/Life Paradigm. Create Psychological Safety’ Mini-White Paper.
Thank you to the talented panelists:
Dr. Nicole Christian-Brathwaite, MD is a Board Certified Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. She is also the CEO and Founder of Well Minds Psychiatry and Consulting which specializes in supporting and educating schools, organizations and businesses in becoming trauma informed, understanding the intersection of racism and trauma and how to become anti-racist.
She has significant clinical experience with adults, children, adolescents, transitional and college aged youth. After graduating from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, she joined the Adult Psychiatry Residency Program and then completed fellowship in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Massachusetts General/Mclean Hospital. She is also the Co-Founder of SecureMeLink, a safety app to support the health and safety of clinicians and medical staff.
She regularly provides radio interviews and speaks to the community about mental health and wellness, particularly in African American communities. Dr. Christian-Brathwaite is a member of the Advisory Board for the Post Partum Depression Fund of Massachusetts. Dr. Nicole Christian-Brathwaite is a member of the Board of Directors for Families for Depression Awareness and servers as Clinical Consultant to Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Lesley University, William James College, Massachusetts School Administrators Association and numerous other public and private schools and universities.
Kate O’Brien is the Director, People Analytics and Operations at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Please follow her great adventure on LinkedIn.
Kate and her team share a passion for applying research, data, and analytics to position individuals and teams for success. Her work always focuses on one goal: creating the best environment for Broadies to practice great science and revolutionize biomedicine.
Over the past 20 years, Kate has refined her skills and expertise in a variety of consulting, change management, and organizational development roles. Whether improving team effectiveness or defining and implementing strategies, she always focuses on how to empower people to measurably achieve an organization’s vision.
Kate has worked in several different industries, including financial and professional services, as well as healthcare and government. Prior to joining the Broad Institute in 2015, Kate spent over a decade in healthcare at Partners Healthcare and its affiliates Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital. Earlier in her career, Kate worked for Balanced Scorecard Collaborative, a boutique consulting firm focused on strategy execution.
Kate holds a B.S. degree in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University, and an M.S. in organizational psychology from William James College. Her academic research focuses on measuring team and individual effectiveness in a primary care setting.