Healthy Women, Healthy Companies

Join us this International Women’s Day as we discuss the unique mental health challenges faced by women in the workplace + share strategies for fostering healthier work environments!

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Location: Virtual
Date: March 8, 2022
Time: 7-9 PM PST

Healthy women are critical for the health of our families, communities, businesses, and the broader economy. Yet despite decades of dramatic progress and development, there is still an ongoing gender gap in healthcare. This impacts women’s engagement in their workplaces and their ability to achieve their professional aspirations.

That’s why BC Women’s Health Foundation is thrilled to bring back Healthy Women, Healthy Companies – our annual virtual event focused on improving women’s health in today’s workplace!

Join us this International Women’s Day as we discuss the unique mental health challenges faced by women in the workplace + share strategies for fostering healthier work environments!

Our panel will feature professionals from varying backgrounds in business, entrepreneurship, and women’s health who are eager to share their experiences and learnings. During the event, we’ll break up the talking with a grounding meditation and a guided movement to keep the energy and conversations flowing. The evening will end with a question period to learn even more for our esteemed panelists.

Whether you are a working professional wanting to learn strategies for recognizing and addressing inequities in the workplace, or whether you are a leader at your company wanting to continue to cultivate a healthy working environment – this event is for you!

Exceptional healthcare doesn’t just happen. It takes all of us, working together to give women the healthcare they deserve. 100% proceeds will support BC Women’s Health Foundation to ensure women have equitable access to the highest quality healthcare when, where, and how they need it.

*We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to attend this virtual event regardless of their financial situation. Please contact to learn more about our event scholarships.

Meet Our Panelists

Dr. Alexandra Greenhill
Cofounder, CEO and Chief Medical Officer of Careteam Technologies


Nataizya Mukwavi


Aaryn Secker
Director of Education and Training, CMHA BC Division


Juggy Sihota
Vice President of Consumer Health, TELUS


Tess Sloane


Dr. Erin Smith


The panel will be moderated by BCWHF’s very own, Christie Buono, Director, Marketing + Community Partnerships

We are also honoured to have Dr. + Elder Roberta Price opening the event with a Land Acknowledgement and Ashley Sindayen joining us to lead a movement break.

Healthy Women, Healthy Companies 2021 Reviews:

“As a supervisor to employees, I want to make a healthy workplace for my team, and [the panelists] had the best tips and frameworks to implement. [In virtual events, I look for] participatory sections to stay engaged – but without requiring people to turn on their audio or video. You nailed that!” – 2021 Attendee

“As someone who is still trying to navigate her early twenties, I found myself feeling less anxious after attending. It was like getting to hang out with a bunch of sisters who were sharing how to develop my career while also reinforcing that you don’t need to be perfect or hustle all of the time to be successful.” – 2021 Attendee


This event will take place virtually and can be viewed on any device with internet access. All people are welcome to attend this event, regardless of your professional level, background, or gender identity. If you have additional accessibility concerns please reach out to us at


We ask that all event attendees are respectful of hosts, guest speakers, and other attendees and encourage participants to share their pronouns on their name badge.


You do not need to have any particular software to participate. As long as you have wifi access on a device with an internet broswer you will be able to join!


This event is made possible with the generous support of our partners.






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We acknowledge that we carry out our work on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.

When we refer to “women”, we are referring to women in all their diversity, inclusive of LGBTQ2SAI+ individuals.