For Mental Health Awareness Month (May) please join us for a thoughtful deep-dive panel discussion on the many ways mental health shows up in the workplace. Mental health is connected to our physical health and yet mental health continues to be misunderstood and stigmatized in the work environment. Our diverse panel will share how work, community, and home have contributed to their overall mental health throughout their career.
About the Speakers
Eli Salahuddin is a retired Army Veteran. He has over 15 years of Federal Government Service with Departments of Navy, Veterans Affairs, Agriculture and Commerce in EEO/DEIA.
Anne Lynch is a retired NOAA Corps Captain with over 30 years of service to NOAA. She is currently working part time for the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary on Special and Emerging Projects. This initially started with coordinating the NOAA wide response to the pandemic and has now expanded to working on the Employee Experience project, an effort that evaluates the multiple aspects impacting the employee experience to ensure employees are supported, empowered and productive and commits NOAA to a Healthy Work Future and Improved Culture.
Mia Infante is an oceanographer responsible for engaging with stakeholders to grow awareness, understanding, and use of NOAA's National Centers for Environmental (NCEI) data. She graduated from Texas A&M University-College Station in December 2019 with a Masters of Geosciences, specializing in oceanography with a minor in geography.
Recordings will be shared 24 hours after the event on the NOAA Central Library YouTube channel.