Redefining Wellness for Meetings and Events

Join us for a discussion on building wellness into your event’s agenda.

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This webinar originally took place August 10, 2022.

Participants have come out of the pandemic more discerning about which events they will attend. Host organizations that build wellness into the agenda can get attendees off the fence and into seats. For this webinar, Laura Putnam, CEO of Motion Infusion and author of Workplace Wellness That Works, and Tracy Stuckrath of Thrive! Meetings and Events, who specializes in creating healthful — and delicious — menus for groups, will discuss keeping people happy and energized at your meetings.


Earns 1 Hour of CMP Credit



Laura-PutnamLaura Putnam

CEO, Motion Infusion

Laura Putnam is CEO and founder of Motion Infusion, a leading well-being provider, and author of the award-winning book Workplace Wellness That Works. She is a former urban public high school teacher, an international community organizer, a dancer, a gymnast and now a movement-builder in the world of health and well-being. A graduate of Brown University and Stanford University, Laura currently lives in San Francisco with her fiancé and teaches at Stanford.

tracy-stuckrathTracy Stuckrath

President and Chief Connecting Officer
Thrive! Meetings and Events

Tracy Stuckrath works with organizations to help them understand how food and beverage affects risk, employee well-being, company culture and the bottom line. As a planner with food allergies of her own, she has intimate knowledge of the challenges on both sides.


sarah-braley-nmg2Sally Braley

Managing Editor
Northstar Meetings Group

Sally oversees content on Northstar’s meetings-related websites, as well as the print edition of Meetings & Conventions and Successful Meetings, along with covering key beats. Sally joined M&C in 1994 as a senior editor, after spending eight years at New Jersey Monthly magazine. She holds a master’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and a B.A. in Journalism (with minors in French, Greek and psychology) from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.