The Guiding Council of One Mind at Work

One Mind at Work’s Guiding Council is comprised of key executives from some of the world’s most influential companies who have committed to following the One Mind at Work Statement of Commitment. 

The purpose for the Guiding Council is is to oversee multi-year strategy, annual budgets and hold the One Mind at Work executive leadership accountable for performance. In addition, the Guiding Council will create a disciplined process for grant funding of workplace-oriented research and development.

James Platt One Mind at Work

James Platt, Chair

COO

Aon Plc

Daryl Tol One Mind at Work

Daryl Tol

EVP

One Mind

Paula Allen One Mind at Work

Paula Allen

SVP, Research and Total Wellbeing

LifeWorks

Greg Becker One Mind at Work

Greg Becker

President & CEO

SVB Financial Group

Sheri Bronstein One Mind at Work

Sheri Bronstein

Chief Human Resources Officer 

Bank of America

Alison Cupito One Mind at Work

Alison Cupito

Senior Manager, Global Mental Health

Accenture

Mary Deacon

Chair – Bell Let’s Talk mental health initiative

Bell Canada

Brad Freer One Mind at Work

Brad Freer

Partner and Global Equity Portfolio Manager

Capital Group

Bob Garrett One Mind at Work

Bob Garrett

CEO

Hackensack Meridian

Shawn Griffin One Mind at Work

Shawn Griffin, MD

President/CEO

URAC

Cathryn Gunther One Mind at Work

Cathryn Gunther

Global Head of Associate Health & Wellbeing

Mars

Rohit Kapoor One Mind at Work

Rohit Kapoor

CEO

EXL

Craig Kramer One Mind at Work

Craig Kramer

Mental Health Ambassador

Johnson & Johnson

David Long One Mind at Work

David Long

Chairman & CEO 

Liberty Mutual

Fiona McAslan One Mind at Work

Fiona McAslan

Wellbeing Lead

NatWest

Mary Michael

Vice President, Patient Advocacy & Stakeholder Management

Otsuka

Jeffrey Tan One Mind at Work

Jeffrey Tan

CEO; Ambassador for Mental Health

Jardine

Gordon Watson One Mind at Work

Gordon Watson

CEO

Asia & Africa, AXA

Guiding Council Statement of Commitment

Because we believe that human thriving is deeply connected to mental health status.

Because we believe that the workplace can have a meaningful effect on mental health.

Because we believe that leaders have a responsibility to take evidence-based actions for positive effect.

We commit to leading a global movement to improve the mental health status of individuals and families through the workplace.

We will advocate for a workplace culture that reduces the stigma associated with mental illness.

We will design our work in a way that protects the psychological safety of our teams.

We will create access to mental health tools and treatments that are on par with those provided for physical health.

We will invest time and money to build the evidence, tools, and metrics that drive results.