Mental health disparities have created barriers for marginalized and under-resourced groups, who are less likely to have access to high-quality treatment. In this panel, we’ll discuss what a truly inclusive mental health strategy looks like, and how leading with principles of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion can bridge access gaps and transform how care is delivered. On the discussion, from EVERFI, we have Jesse Bridges, SVP of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and Erin McClintock, Head of Impact, Social Emotional Learning, and from Ginger, we have Desiree Pascual, Chief People Officer, and Nicola Kamath, Senior Director of Product Marketing.
What you'll learn from this discussion:
- How mental health issues disproportionately impact marginalized and under-resourced groups, especially during times of heightened uncertainty
- What a truly inclusive mental healthcare strategy looks like
- Actionable takeaways for ensuring inclusion, belonging, and psychological safety in your organizations