Watertown, MA (PRWEB) September 17, 2014
The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) will host its 3rd annual conference on Friday, September 19, at the Boston Newton Marriot. The event, which is expected to sell out, features keynote speakers Fikray Isaac, MD (Vice President of Global Health Services, Johnson & Johnson) and Kent Bradley, MD (Chief Medical Officer for Safeway, Inc.) and focuses on this year’s theme, Creating a Culture of Wellness: Connect. Promote. Engage.
In its 3rd year, the WWCMA conference remains the must-attend forum for top wellness leaders and human resource professionals to network and share best practices. Delegates will benefit from:
- A customized experience through the opportunity to select from three breakout sessions
- Access to 20+ exhibitors in the Exhibit Hall
- Cutting-edge content with the announcement of the updated Resource Guide and results from the Benchmarking Survey
“We are proud to produce another robust and informative annual conference. We are grateful for our partnership with the Department of Public Health on the Benchmarking Survey and the Resource Guide revision. This collaboration has helped bring two very valuable tools to our members, employers and health promotion professionals committed to the important role businesses can play in health promotion and reducing healthcare costs through health promotion,” said Mari Ryan, WWCMA Board Chair. “We are also grateful to the Council sponsors and the Conference sponsors and exhibitors who help make this conference a success.”
The WWCMA conference welcomes all wellness and human resource professionals. Registration is still open, but expected to sell out. For more information about the conference or to register, please visit http://www.wwcma.org.
About WWCMA The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) is the preeminent, independent and objective resource for health promotion in the workplace and champions wellness programs to help employers encourage healthy employees, healthy families, and healthy communities across the Commonwealth.