Managing Stress & Maintaining Calm through COVID-19
The global impact of COVID-19 has many of us experiencing elevated stress. From school closures to financial instability to social isolation, there are many new stressors in our life and few outlets for managing them.
Join our live Bossed Up virtual panel to learn:
- How to manage stress in the face of uncertainty
- Everyday practices for maintaining calm amid chaos
- Additional resources for support during times of need
Emilie Aries | Founder of Bossed Up
Emilie Aries is a speaker, podcast host, author, and the Founder & CEO of Bossed Up, an award-winning personal and professional development community where she helps women craft happy, healthy, and sustainable career paths.
Her new book, Bossed Up: A Grown Woman’s Guide To Getting Your Sh*t Together, serves as a practical roadmap for women who want to set themselves up for sustainable, long-term career success and step up as the boss of their lives.
Wade Brill is a Mindfulness Coach, Podcaster and Speaker who helps busy professionals experiencing stress and overwhelm be more present, productive and energized. At the age of 21, Wade survived Hodgkin’s Lymphoma while simultaneously losing her mother to Leukemia. This major life interruption inspired Wade to realize how precious life is and that practicing radical self-care is smart, not selfish. Wade devotes her life’s work to helping others connect to their own inspiration.
Wade is a Professional Certified Coach, Energy Leadership Index™ Practitioner, and Meditation Facilitator through UCLA’s Semel Institute of Neuroscience and Human Behavior. She hosts the popular Centered in the City podcast, offering modern meditations for busy professionals, and is a recognized speaker at conferences, companies, and retreats. Wade helps busy professionals create calm and clarity amid chaos and realize the importance of their one mind, one body, and one life.
Jessica Sharp is passionate about empowering underserved and minority communities, diverse representation, and brain education. She is the Director of Development and Recruitment of the Teen Services Branch of the YMCA of Greenville. She is also the Founder and Chief Brain Educator with Sharp Brain Consulting which works with youth and the adults who serve them.
Jessica is committed to improving her community. She does this through her involvement in a variety of organizations including the Junior League of Greenville, the United Way of Greenville, Pride Link and the Greenville Theatre. She is a graduate of Leadership Greenville and is a Diversity Fellow with the Riley Institute and has been recognized for her work to better the Greenville community.
She regularly speaks about various topics related to the brain and is an active blogger for GenTwenty. Jessica has a Master’s in Public Affairs from the University of Missouri and is a student at William James College where she is obtaining a Doctorate in Leadership Psychology. In her free time, Jessica enjoys reading, listening to podcasts and spending time with friends and family. Jessica is active on Instagram and Twitter at @sharpjes.
Lacey Jewell Cope
Lacey Jewell Cope is the Coaching & Development Domain Lead at Insight Data Science, where she has coached nearly 700 job-seekers transitioning to data roles in the tech industry in knowing their value, owning their worth, and thriving once they land their next gig. As a certified life coach, she takes an integrative and pragmatic approach, connecting people with self-reflective tools and concrete strategies to be more self-aware, powerfully expressed, and confident. When not delving into all things personal and professional growth, you can find her exploring the off-beaten path in the San Francisco Bay Area and dancing to Balkan folk music. @laceyjewellcope