Arogya World’s COVID-19 webinar series continues as we look at the new school season and the added stress and strain this places on working women and children. Some have suggested that once school resumes, a lack of child care and other work and economic hurdles may force women to temporarily leave the job market while caring for children at home.
In Arogya’s latest webinar, August 28 at 11:30 am EST, panelists will share their feelings and experiences about the health and well-being of their children, their ability to remain successful in the job market while juggling demands of career and home, and their recommendations for working mothers on a personal, community and policy level.
Moderator: Jayne O’Donnell
Jayne O-Donnell is USA TODAY’s health policy reporter. She is also co-founder of the Urban Health Media Project, which trains high school students in Washington, D.C., Baltimore and nationally through virtual programs, to report on health and social issues. An author, TV contributor and freelance writer, Jayne has appeared on Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, CNN, MSNBC, NPR and C-Span and has been published in Woman’s Day, Good Housekeeping and Parents. She has a college-aged daughter.
Panelist: Lisa McCarthy
Lisa McCarthy is the President of Home Fragrance at Newell Brands, which includes Yankee Candle. She began her career at Yankee Candle in 2004 with increasing responsibility over the years as a highly successful business leader and the mother of four young children.
Panelist: Tammy Boyd
Tammy Boyd is the Chief Policy Officer and Counsel for Government Affairs for Black Women’s Health Imperative based in Washington, D.C., a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the health and wellness of Black women through investments in evidence=based strategies, bold programs and advocacy outreach on health policies. Prior to that, she was a government affairs advisor to the National Medical Association, director of government affairs and public policy at DaVita and a federal lobbyist and federal affairs manager for Johnson and Johnson.
Panelist: Gloria Barone Rosanio
Gloria is an educator, author and member of the Board of Directors at Arogya World. She was the direction of communications and public relations at Cigna the Cigna Foundation for 25 years, and now teaches health care communications at Rowan University. She has a grown daughter and two young grandchildren.