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Mass Leaders & Experts to Focus on Young Adults in Recovery as a Solution to Workforce Shortage at Oct 25 Symposium  


Lisa Ulbrich, Keynote Speaker for MRC Digital Symposium

MRC Digital Symposium, Oct 25, 2023

Digital Attendance Free for All MA Employers

SUDBURY, MA, USA, October 16, 2023 / — All Massachusetts employers and individuals who work in the restoration discipline are invited to attend the digital symposium “Recovery Works: Our Expert Young Adults Are Properly Ready for Your Workforce” on October 25, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (ET). Attendance is free with registration:

Sponsored by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Fee (MRC) and Advocates for Human Potential, Inc. (AHP), this occasion options state authorities leaders, younger individuals in restoration who’re thriving in their careers, employers, educators, and MRC consultants.

Folks in restoration from substance use problems (SUDs) could be essential contributors to the Massachusetts labor power, however they’re usually missed due to stigma and lack of information their worth. This symposium focuses on how and why this inhabitants needs to be thought-about for open positions.

The keynote for this yr is Lisa Ulbrich, founder and president of Company Wellness Collaborative (CWC), which offers worker providers, together with confidential behavioral well being providers, training and coaching, and wellness applications for the office.

Prior to her profession in Company Wellness, Ulbrich spent greater than 30 years in the Boston building trade as a well-respected government for a number of of the highest building administration corporations. As a pioneer for girls in building, she has all the time prioritized mentoring and serving to the following technology to enter the development trade. Her private expertise with overcoming dependancy and coaching as an government life coach, interventionist, and academic supplier for Alcohol & Substance Use Problems, led her to develop the framework for CWC in 2017.

Additionally talking at the symposium are Massachusetts State Home of Representatives members Chris Hendricks and Jay Livingstone, who will talk about “Making Change: Supporting Workforce Initiatives By way of Advocacy.” Rep. Hendricks is a collaborating member of the Recovery Sub-Committee and dedicates his time and a spotlight to efforts supporting these in restoration and people nonetheless scuffling with substance abuse. Rep. Livingston is home chair of the Joint Committee on Youngsters, Households, and Individuals with Disabilities. His involvement with that committee has allowed him to find out how a number of points influence people and their households throughout the Commonwealth.

Register immediately: for the October 25 symposium.

Sarah Farmer
Advocates for Human Potential, Inc. (AHP)
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