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Mind Share Brings Home Bronze for Its "Leaders Go First" campaign

Mind Share Partners Wins Bronze in Anthem Awards for its 2023 Leaders Go First campaign

Exciting news to share… We won bronze in the 3rd annual Anthem Awards for our 2023 "Leaders Go First" campaign! 

The award, which honors purpose & mission-driven work globally, comes following more than 2,000 submissions. Mind Share Partners (MSP) won in the branded content and collaboration category. View our official listing here.

The first-of-its-kind campaign, featuring C-level leaders, seeks to reduce stigma around workplace mental health. If leaders speak out about their own mental health journeys, it permits employees to do the same. This storytelling and role-modeling reduces the historic taboo around challenges like anxiety and depression and shows it’s possible to thrive professionally with a mental health challenge.

Participating leader allies in the campaign, found here, include:


  • Alex Shevchenko, Co-Founder, Grammarly

  • Andrew Miller, COO, Minnesota Vikings

  • Andy Dunn, Author, Burn Rate, Cofounder and former CEO, Bonobos

  • Ariela Safira, CEO & Founder, Real

  • Johnny Taylor Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer, SHRM

  • Nichole Barnes Marshall, Chief Diversity Equity & Inclusion Officer, Pinterest

  • Saydeah Howard, Chief Operating Partner, Cherryrock Capital

  • Schroeder Stribling, President and CEO, Mental Health America

  • Vinod Philip, Member of the Executive Board, Siemens Energy

  • Kelly Greenwood, Founder & former CEO, Mind Share Partners

"81% of workers reported that they will be looking for workplaces that support mental health in the future,” said U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, whose current priorities include workplace mental health and well‑being. “That's why efforts like Mind Share Partners’ 'Leaders Go First' campaign are so important, because when workplaces step up, when their leaders step up in particular to share their personal mental health stories, it inspires openness and shifts a culture to one where we don't feel ashamed to seek help."  ​Watch the U.S. Surgeon General's special message for the Leaders Go First campaign.

We reignite our call on leaders at all levels nationwide to join the movement by sharing their mental health stories.

For details on how to participate go to


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