Are We Asking for Too Much?

The Role of Workplace Wellness in 2023

From work-from-home benefits to accessible advancement opportunities, workers today have clear expectations of their employers. But as companies grapple with economic uncertainty, they often table employee wellness in favor of short-term financial goals. 

Join us in this candid conversation as we ask ourselves: Are corporations being short-sighted, or are employees asking for too much?

Meet Our Panelists

Dilan Gomih of Dilagence

Dilan is a fitness & wellness leader focused on creating impact in the wellness and diversity & inclusion spaces. Her mission is to inspire and empower people to unlock their own potential in a way that is personalized, fun, and sustainable. Dilan’s combination of corporate expertise, work as a fitness trainer, and her Harvard MBA has allowed her to create a unique methodology that has helped people all over the world. Her work and workouts have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Business Insider, PopSugar, and PureWow. She also competed on American Ninja Warrior. She is also an expert for 1&1Life wellness.

In addition to leading her own practice, Dilan is known for her popular classes at Barry’s. Flywheel Sports. Her other experiences include leading Digital Talent at Barry’s, Strategic Initiatives at Equinox, and Foreign Exchange & Senior Relationship Management at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. She also recently led Harvard Business School’s Anti-Racism Task-Force.

Dilan holds a BA from Yale University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She is also a National Academy of Sports Certified Personal Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and a Behavior Change Specialist.

nkem oghedo

Nkem Oghedo is the founder of Adá, a curated marketplace that connects you with vetted Black chefs for virtual cooking classes, in-office catering, and private dining experiences.

Previously, she worked in management consulting and served as the Chief of Staff of wellness startup, Care/of. Her professional mission is to create equitable economies in which Black communities thrive.

She holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Yale University and an MBA from Harvard Business School

I love food, wellness, people, technology, and how they all connect.

I’m passionate about building products that help people lead happier, healthier, and overall better quality lives.

In simple terms, JOON is a platform about caring for each other. We make it easy for employers to care for each and every employee through individualized benefits.