Kelly Greenwood

Founder & CEO, Mind Share Partners

Biography

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Kelly Greenwood is the Founder & CEO of Mind Share Partners, a nonprofit that is changing the culture of workplace mental health so that both employees and organizations can thrive. It provides workplace training and strategic advising to leading companies, hosts communities to support ERGs and professionals, and builds public awareness. Mind Share Partners runs two columns on workplace mental health in Forbes and Thrive Global. It has been featured in prestigious media including The New York Times, TIME, Fast Company, and others. Kelly is a nationally recognized advocate and speaker for mental health. She has written for Harvard Business Review, is a Forbes contributor, and has spoken at Gap Inc., Pandora, Pinterest, SHRM, and others. 

Kelly has a cross-sector background that includes corporate, nonprofit and foundation roles. Prior to Mind Share Partners, she served as the Chief Growth & Strategy Officer of Techbridge Girls and was a Principal on the Portfolio Team at the Skoll Foundation. Previously, she worked as a management consultant at Accenture, A.T. Kearney and the Bridgespan Group, the nonprofit spin-off of Bain & Company. 

Kelly holds an M.B.A. from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management. She graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Duke University with a B.A. in Psychology and Spanish.  

 

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Kelly is available for commentary, interviews, and speaking opportunities at companies, conferences, and other events.

 

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Featured Media

Editorial Publications

Harvard Business Review | 8 Ways Managers Can Support Employees’ Mental Health

Harvard Business Review | How to Form a Mental Health Employee Resource Group

Harvard Business Review | Research: People Want Their Employers to Talk About Mental Health

CNBC | Half of millennials and 75% of Gen-Zers have quit jobs for mental health reasons

New York Times | Culture change is the cutting edge of mental health benefits at work

Reuters | Culture change is the cutting edge of mental health benefits at work


 

Editorial Features

TIME | Millennial Employees Are Getting Companies to Radically Rethink Workers’ Mental Health

Forbes | How To Lead With Mental Health In Mind During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Forbes | Feeling Less Alone This Mental Health Awareness Month

Forbes | Suicidal Thoughts Are More Common Than You Might Think: How Workplaces Can Help Reduce The Stigma

Bridgespan | Five Ways to Create a Culture of Openness at Work Around Mental Health

Thrive Global | A New Study Shares Insights On The State of Mental Health In U.S. Workplaces

 Thrive Global | Managing Mental Health Conditions at Work Starts at the Top of the Org Chart

Wall Street Journal |  Is It OK to Reveal Your Anxiety or Depression to Your Boss?

Interviews & Speaking

Burnout: How to Survive (And Thrive) in Today's Always On Culture

sf.citi & Pinterest

 

October 10th, 2019

San Francisco, CA

Why Mental Health Is the Next Frontier of Diversity & Inclusion

Inclusion 2019 Conference: Workshop

SHRM

October 30, 2019

New Orleans, LA

Navigating Mental Health At Work:
A Personal Story Illustrates What You Should (and Shouldn't) Do

Inclusion 2019 Conference: Smart Stage

SHRM

October 29, 2019

New Orleans, LA

Allyship Panel

Human Innovation Summit

World Disrupt Forum

 

November 6, 2019

San Francisco, CA

Mental Health At Work: A Livestream Conversation With Kelly Greenwood

Facebook Livestream

Forte Foundation

November 7, 2019

Designing the Mentally Healthy Workplace

Anxious Achievers Podcast

Harvard Business Review

December 23, 2019

Mental Health at Work: Now is the Time to Change the Narrative

HR Tea Podcast

Villanova University

April 7, 2020

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