14.04.2023 | 3 min read
World Wellbeing Movement Board strengthened with business and policy expertiseFour new appointments to World Wellbeing Movement’s Board of Directors
The World Wellbeing Movement is pleased to confirm four new appointments to its Board of Directors, adding a wealth of expertise from the worlds of business and public policy.
- LaFawn Davis, Senior Vice President, Environmental, Social & Governance, Indeed
- Karen Guggenheim, Founder and CEO, WOHASU
- Barbara Jeffery, Partner, McKinsey & Company
- Lord Gus O’Donnell, Former UK Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service
Members of the Board add valuable insight from their diverse range of backgrounds to help the non-profit organisation achieve its mission of placing wellbeing at the heart of decision-making both in business, and public policy.
“Each brings inestimable expertise from their own experiences of wellbeing leadership”
Sarah Cunningham, Managing Director of the World Wellbeing Movement, said:
“We are beyond delighted to have bolstered our Board of Directors with the appointments of four such incredible individuals, and are hugely grateful for their support of our social impact mission.
“Each brings inestimable expertise from their own experiences of wellbeing leadership in business or public policy, and will help in setting the direction of the Movement alongside our Advisory Council function, formed by our valued Members.”
The expanded World Wellbeing Movement’s Board of Directors convened for a Board meeting on Friday 24 March, 2023, held in conjunction with the World Happiness Summit 2023.
Image: (Front row L-R): Professor Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, Sarah Cunningham, Lord Professor Richard Layard, LaFawn Davis; (back row L-R): Barbara Jeffery, Lord Gus O’Donnell, Karen Guggenheim.