Jessica Grossmeier Ph.D., MPH
Jessica Grossmeier, Ph.D., MPH, is a leading voice in workplace well-being, having dedicated her career to identifying evidence-based strategies that promote a thriving workforce. Her research focuses on best practice approaches to supporting employee health and well-being and numerous studies have been published in peer-reviewed professional journals.
In her recent book, Reimagining Workplace Well-being: Fostering a Culture of Purpose, Connection, and Transcendence, she integrates best practices from workplace well-being research with management science research on workplace spirituality. The book helps organizations of all sizes foster whole-person well-being for individuals, teams, and leaders to drive positive business outcomes.
Jessica received doctoral (Walden University) and master’s (University of Minnesota) degrees in public health, with an emphasis on community health education. She works with employers and well-being service providers to identify evidence-based practices to support employee well-being and foster a culture of health. This includes collaborative research, advising, writing, and speaking on topics related to workplace well-being best practices, measurement/evaluation, strategic planning, and value demonstration. She is a frequent speaker at national conferences and serves on several advisory boards devoted to helping employers create a workplace culture that fosters employee well-being.