A benefits consultants' perspective: The state of digital mental health
Benefits Advisor, The LBL Group
John Hansbrough is a benefits advisor with the LBL Group where he leads his clients to a healthier and happier future with benefits, technology, and healthcare strategy. He consults with organizations across the life sciences, financial, professional services, auto, and restaurant industries.He has a history of service with organizations in his professional field and in mental health. He helped revive the Los Angeles chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP-LA) and still volunteers and speaks at AFSP events in the Los Angeles region. A past president and current board member of the Los Angeles chapter for the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, he moderates a leadership development program for NAIFA leaders in California and Hawaii.A former college football player, he enjoys being outside and active on the weekend with his girlfriend Liza and their rambunctious shih-tzu Archer.
Founder & Host, Going Digital: Behavioral Health Tech Summit
Solome Tibebu is a behavioral health technology strategist passionate about health equity and access. Solome leads The Upswing Fund for Adolescent Mental Health, a collaborative fund seeded by Melinda Gates' Pivotal Ventures and other private family offices. Solome is also the host of the Going Digital: Behavioral Health Tech summit. Prior to consulting various stakeholders on all things behavioral health technology, Solome worked in corporate development, venture capital, behavioral health EHR software, ran a mental health tech startup, founded AnxietyInTeens.org, and has been developing healthcare startup communities since 2012. Solome is an advisor or board director to several behavioral health companies and national nonprofits.
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