Agenda
• Welcome and Overview
• Council History
• Organizational Structure
• 2013 Year in Review
• 2014 Look Ahead
Vision/Mission
Vision
The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) is
the preeminent, independent and objective ...
Goals
WWCMA aims to:
•Champion worksite health promotion within the employer community.
•Create a community and peer group...
Council History
• Idea conceived by Mari Ryan and Kristie Howard
20092009 20102010 20112011 20122012 20132013
Council History
2010201020092009 20112011 20122012 20132013
• Kristie nudges Mari (again)
• Founding Committee Organized
•...
Council History
2010201020092009 20112011 20122012 2013201320112011
• First Event (March) – 90 attendees
• Eight Events
• ...
Council History
2010201020092009 20112011 20122012 2013201320112011 20122012
• Sponsorship Program Initiated
• Ten Events
...
Council History
2010201020092009 20112011 20122012 2013201320112011
• Sponsorship and Membership Growth
• Six Events
• Sec...
Volunteer-Run Organization
Over 50 volunteers on Board,
Committees and Projects
Board of Directors
Volunteers = 50+
Our Corporate Sponsors
Silver Level Sponsor
Gold Level Sponsor
Bronze Level Sponsor
B E N E F I T S
L o n g f e l lo wB E ...
Membership
Join today!
Membership Benefits
• Free Monthly Educational Meetings and Networking
– Online Access to content from monthly programs
• ...
Current Members
B-Fit Professionals
Current Members
B E N E F I T S
L o n g f e l lo wB E N E F I T S
Marketing and Communications
wwcma.org
LinkedIn Group
@WorkWellMA
External Relationships
Year in Review
2013 Year in Review
• Annual Conference
– Transforming Wellness Beyond ROI
– 154 participants (50% increase from 2012)
• M...
2013 Year in Review
• Marketing and Communications
– Website Statistics
• 7,148 visitors
• 3,719 unique visitors
• 50% new...
Healthy Workplace
Resource Guide
Available today.
Visit the WWCMA
website to download
a copy.
WWCMA and MA Department of P...
2013 Finances
Income
Annual Conference
Participant Registration $20,085.44
Vendor Sponsorship $8,900.00
Sponsors
Gold $20,...
An Exciting Year Ahead
New Board Members Elected
Jaclyn
Galligan
Secretary
Mike Gorfin
Annual
Conference
Lauren
Koretzki
Member at
Large
Laura Po...
New Website Announced!
Programs
• April 15 – Multicultural Wellness
– Speaker: Juliet Mayers
– Location: BCBS, Quincy
• May 20 – Employer Spotlig...
WellCert®
Certification
Registration Now Open!
Larry Chapman, MHP, CWP
Chapman Institute
Level 1:
Certified Wellness Progr...
2014 Annual Conference
September 19, 2014
Boston Newton Marriott, Newton, MA
Keynote Speaker:
Fikry W. Isaac, MD, MPH, FAC...
Questions
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    1. 1. Agenda • Welcome and Overview • Council History • Organizational Structure • 2013 Year in Review • 2014 Look Ahead
    2. 2. Vision/Mission Vision The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) is the preeminent, independent and objective resource for health promotion in the workplace and champions wellness programs to help employers encourage healthy employees, healthy families, and healthy communities across the Commonwealth. Mission Statement WWCMA is a volunteer-led, non-profit organization that helps employers cultivate a culture of health for their employees while addressing medical expenses and utilization, absenteeism and presenteeism, employee recruitment and retention, and the creation of a positive company image.
    3. 3. Goals WWCMA aims to: •Champion worksite health promotion within the employer community. •Create a community and peer group of worksite health promotion professionals. •Represent health promotion professionals as a common voice on professional matters. •Provide quality professional development activities. •Facilitate communication and networking about health promotion best practices. •Create a robust, actively engaged community of professionals advancing health in the worksite •Grow by increasing membership, improving services and continuing innovation. •Partner with other Massachusetts and national professionals organizations. •Foster the adoption of best practices through innovated programs and resources. •Provide thought leadership on worksite health promotion topics. •Liaise with other health promotion organizations interested in advancing worksite health promotion.
    4. 4. Council History • Idea conceived by Mari Ryan and Kristie Howard 20092009 20102010 20112011 20122012 20132013
    5. 5. Council History 2010201020092009 20112011 20122012 20132013 • Kristie nudges Mari (again) • Founding Committee Organized • Logo design • Website basics
    6. 6. Council History 2010201020092009 20112011 20122012 2013201320112011 • First Event (March) – 90 attendees • Eight Events • Founding Committee formalized, Planning session (May) • Governance/BOD established • Affiliation with National Network of Wellness Councils
    7. 7. Council History 2010201020092009 20112011 20122012 2013201320112011 20122012 • Sponsorship Program Initiated • Ten Events • Membership Program Launched • WellCert Training • First Annual Conference • 501c3 Status in Process • Did not renew affiliation with NNWC (Absorbed by Viridian)
    8. 8. Council History 2010201020092009 20112011 20122012 2013201320112011 • Sponsorship and Membership Growth • Six Events • Second Annual Conference • Second WellCert Training • 501c3 Status Achieved • Resource Guide Published with MA DPH • Nominating Committee and New Board Members 20122012 20132013
    9. 9. Volunteer-Run Organization Over 50 volunteers on Board, Committees and Projects
    10. 10. Board of Directors Volunteers = 50+
    11. 11. Our Corporate Sponsors Silver Level Sponsor Gold Level Sponsor Bronze Level Sponsor B E N E F I T S L o n g f e l lo wB E N E F I T S
    12. 12. Membership Join today!
    13. 13. Membership Benefits • Free Monthly Educational Meetings and Networking – Online Access to content from monthly programs • Member-Only and Employer-Only Networking Events • Discounts on Training and Conference registrations • Online Subscription to American Journal of Health Promotion (AJHP) • Member Resources Directory • Career Development / Job Postings • Monthly E-Newsletter and Workplace Awards (Coming Soon!) • Up to 10 company employees benefit
    14. 14. Current Members B-Fit Professionals
    15. 15. Current Members B E N E F I T S L o n g f e l lo wB E N E F I T S
    16. 16. Marketing and Communications wwcma.org LinkedIn Group @WorkWellMA
    17. 17. External Relationships
    18. 18. Year in Review
    19. 19. 2013 Year in Review • Annual Conference – Transforming Wellness Beyond ROI – 154 participants (50% increase from 2012) • Membership – Organizations: 49 – Unaffiliated: 17 – Number of active members: 102 – Total employees: 140, 562 • Programs – Six Events – Two Certification Programs – 290 unique participants
    20. 20. 2013 Year in Review • Marketing and Communications – Website Statistics • 7,148 visitors • 3,719 unique visitors • 50% new visits – Twitter • 78 tweets • 174 followers – Linked In Group (Public) • 265 members • Sponsors – Six sponsors renewed – One new sponsor
    21. 21. Healthy Workplace Resource Guide Available today. Visit the WWCMA website to download a copy. WWCMA and MA Department of Public Health Announce the availability of: Healthy Workplaces: A resource guide for worksite wellness WWCMA and MA Department of Public Health Announce the availability of: Healthy Workplaces: A resource guide for worksite wellness
    22. 22. 2013 Finances Income Annual Conference Participant Registration $20,085.44 Vendor Sponsorship $8,900.00 Sponsors Gold $20,000.00 Silver $15,000.00 Bronze $6,000.00 Membership $21,044.72 Programs Event Registrations $1,795.12 Certifications $35,784.67 $128,609.95 Expenses Annual Conference $16,947.63 Finance $4,292.31 MarCom $15,641.14 Membership $5,642.33 Programs $30,912.72 Strategic Projects $1,530.00 $74,966.13 Net Profit $53,643.82 Annual Conference Net Profit $12,037.81 Programs Net Profit $6,667.07 Membership Net Profit $15,402.39
    23. 23. An Exciting Year Ahead
    24. 24. New Board Members Elected Jaclyn Galligan Secretary Mike Gorfin Annual Conference Lauren Koretzki Member at Large Laura Polas Marketing Tracy Burns Member At Large
    25. 25. New Website Announced!
    26. 26. Programs • April 15 – Multicultural Wellness – Speaker: Juliet Mayers – Location: BCBS, Quincy • May 20 – Employer Spotlight – Employer: SPS New England – How to Have a Successful Outcomes-Based Wellness Program – Location: Tufts Health Plan, Watertown
    27. 27. WellCert® Certification Registration Now Open! Larry Chapman, MHP, CWP Chapman Institute Level 1: Certified Wellness Program Coordinator June 10-11, 2014 Level 2: Certified Wellness Program Manager June 12-13, 2014
    28. 28. 2014 Annual Conference September 19, 2014 Boston Newton Marriott, Newton, MA Keynote Speaker: Fikry W. Isaac, MD, MPH, FACOEM Vice President of Global Health Services Johnson & Johnson Creating a Culture of Health: Connect. Promote. Engage
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