Conference

Family-Friendly Benefits and Women’s Health

This educational program qualifies for up to 3.5 hours of CEBS Compliance credit. Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for more information and to self-report credits.

When it comes to attracting and retaining top-quality talent, a family-friendly environment is essential.  And when women are struggling with health issues that affect their morale and productivity, they can’t be told “it’s all in your head.”

Hear employers talk about which family-friendly solutions they’ve implemented and why – and what impact they’ve had.

Then learn why endometriosis, migraine and post-partum depression are often overlooked as serious health issues despite their toll on women’s health. The good news?  There are new treatments that work!

Finally, get expert guidance on the complex array of legal and compliance issues surrounding family issues like parental and caregiver leave, adoption, egg freezing and more.

The morning kicks off with a keynote on “The New Millennial Family” that you won’t want to miss!

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

8:00 am

Arrival, Breakfast & Networking

8:30 am

Welcome and Introductions

Speaker

Candice Sherman

CEO
NEBGH
8:45 am

"The New Millennial Family"

Speaker

Katherine Ryder

Founder and CEO
Maven Clinic
9:15 am

Fertility & Family-Friendly Innovations

Moderator

Marco Diaz

Senior Vice President, Global Head of Benefits
News Corp

Panelists

Arleane Soto

Vice President and Head of Benefits
Hearst

Adam Entenberg

Vice President, Employee Benefits
Viacom

Hear employers who have implemented family-friendly benefits discuss their impact on employee engagement, retention, productivity and more.  

10:15 am

Break

10:30 am

“It’s All in Your Head” - Confronting Often Misdiagnosed Women’s Health Issues

Moderater

Mark Cunningham-Hill, M.D.

Medical Director
NEBGH

Panelists

Wayne N. Burton, MD

Former Global Corporate Medical Director
American Express

Adam Wolfberg, MD, MPH

Chief Medical Officer
Ovia Health

Ja Hyun Shin, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Women's Health
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Clinicians and thought leaders discuss new treatments and interventions for common – and often disabling – conditions that affect women in the workplace.      

11:15 am

Ins and Outs of Leave Policies and Family Issues

Moderator

Thomas C. Squires, Esq.

Senior Manager of Employee Benefits
Corning Incorporated

Panelists

Lindsey Conon

Director, Health & Benefits
Willis Towers Watson

Tony Dulgerian

Associate, Labor and Employment Practice Group
Nixon Peabody LLP

Panel provides legal/compliance update on employer issues related to corporate leave policies, federal/state legislation, adoption, egg freezing and more!    

12:15 pm

Adjourn