Weil's Well-Being Program
Since we established our Health and Well-Being Committee, we’ve held a variety of programs and initiatives to support the well-being of our lawyers and staff, including more than two dozen educational programs, panel discussions, updates and workshops.
Our Health and Well-Being Committee also organized our Mentoring Week Well-Being Challenge – a Firm-wide event in which more than 400 lawyers participated in creating numerous challenges around sleep, exercise, nutrition, and meditation – and our Be More Active Challenge, which united many members of the Weil family, across numerous roles, departments and offices, to raise awareness about cardiovascular health.
Members of the Weil family also have access to*:
- Monthly Well-Being newsletter
- Well-Being@Weil internal site, which provides resources and guidance
- Weil Health and Wellness Center physicians services
- Comprehensive health care benefits
- EAP Program and Work-Life Services
- Mental health first aid training
- Free access to the Calm App and other apps
*Some benefits may vary by geography and jurisdiction.
In commemoration of Mental Health Awareness Month in May, Chief Wellness Officer Lori Pines and Executive Director David Strumeyer discuss Weil’s ongoing commitment to supporting the mental health and well-being of our attorneys and staff with year-round programming and resources.
They also highlight the importance of working together to reduce the stigma of mental health challenges and to help colleagues, friends and family – and ourselves – find the resources that may be needed to achieve well-being.
- Lori Pines, Co-Chair
- David Strumeyer, Co-Chair
- Salvatore Cannizzo
- Annemargaret Connolly
- David Gail
- Allan L. Garcia
- Jacqueline Gathers
- Meela Gill
- Robert Lennon
- Thea Lewis
- Mark Perry
- Oliver Walker
- E.J. Weppler
- Ivan Zdravkovic
Partner/Chief Wellness Officer
Sr. Manager, Wellness