At the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games, Gabby Douglas broke records and became the first US gymnast to win gold in both the individual team competitions. As the first Black American to become an Olympic all-around champion, she's used her platform to advocate for young gymnasts and aspiring Olympians' mental health.

A key barrier in mental health is accessibility. It’s easy for employers or coaches to talk about the importance of mental health and its impact on collaboration, performance, and more, but how can they play a role in actually ensuring their teams have access to the support they need?

Join TripActions on May 26 at 10am PST/1pm EST for a Fireside Chat with three time Olympic gold medalist, Gabby Douglas, and TripActions’ Head of DEI, NYT best-selling author, and Grammy nominee, Shaka Senghor. The pair will discuss how good mental health is key for an employee to reach their full potential and how companies can use TripActions Liquid to facilitate and increase mental healthcare accessibility.

Can’t make the live session? No worries: we’ll send you the recording afterward.

Featured Speakers:

Gabby Douglas

US Women’s Artistic Gymnast

Shaka Senghor

Head of Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion, TripActions