Food can be confusing. Despite knowing which foods we "should" be eating, sometimes cravings, availability, or rebellion make our decisions for us. In this interactive workshop, you’ll stay engaged with tips to eating well when your time is limited. We’ll share myth-busting information on what we’ve been told is healthy versus what actually is healthy. We'll also dive into the emotional component of eating and why we get cravings. You'll leave feeling motivated and more confident in your food choices to energize you without feeling deprived.
Jennie (Fagen) Malloy is passionate about helping companies and law firms enhance productivity & happiness through optimizing well-being. With a degree in Brain & Cognitive Science as well as Integrative Nutrition, Jennie focuses on both the science and psychology of what drives our behavior to create sustainable change. She uses a research-driven approach, delivering concrete skills and habits to improve sleep, stress management, nutrition, work-life balance, leadership, and mental well-being. Over the past 9 years, Jennie has worked with over 70 companies including Start-Ups, Fortune 500 companies, and AmLaw 100 law firms. She has been featured on the Wall Street Journal, NPR, Dr. Oz, Inc. Magazine, law.com and The American Lawyer. Her energy is infectious and she is sure to engage your employees with down-to-earth tips, a little bit of humor, and actionable steps they can take immediately.
“Jennie understands the differentiator of a strong, well run Wellness program can make in the lives of employees as well as helping companies retain and attract high-level talent. She is a strong communicator and has a sense of humor that resonates with her clientele. I feel very comfortable recommending Jennie to any and all businesses that are smart enough to bring her in.“
- Theresa Graninger, Regional Wellness Coordinator at Linkedin
“Jennie brings a certain energy into each workplace that makes employees really excited about wellness. Not only is Jennie extremely professional, knowledgeable, and easy to work with, she is also personally delightful. Her enthusiasm lights up each room of employees she works with, and she truly inspires others to be healthier and live their best life.”
- Emily Rittenhouse, Corporate Wellness Consultant at Frenkel Benefits
“Jennie presented to my firm this week and she was a huge hit. I received a number of emails thanking the HR team for offering such an interesting opportunity, but it is really Jennie who deserves the credit. We can't wait to have her back next quarter! I would highly recommend her to any individual or firm looking to rethink the way we talk to ourselves about health and wellness.”
- Meg Richwine Utley, Senior Human Resources Generalist at Labaton Sucharow LLP