Florida Blue Central Florida Region Market President Tony Jenkins hosts an in-depth discussion on how mental health and wellness impact employee morale, productivity and, ultimately, your bottom line.
The Orlando Economic Partnership’s top priority is to keep the business community informed and prepared and help individuals and organizations obtain the needed resources to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Guide To Thrive Webinar Series: Mental Health and Well-being in the Workplace is the second installment in a series of webinars sharing guidance on how Orlando regional small businesses can recover and thrive in this new economy.
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted every aspect of our lives, especially our work environment. With many people working from home, the level of stress, anxiety and isolation felt by many negatively affects both health and performance.
In this engaging webinar, Orlando Regional Chamber Executive Vice President John F. Davis hosts Florida Blue Central Florida Region Market President Tony Jenkins for an in-depth discussion on how mental health and wellness impact employee morale, productivity and, ultimately, your bottom line. Attendees gained insight on practical steps and solutions to help employees best handle the stress and challenges that come with working during turbulent and uncertain times.
About the Guest Speaker
Market President – Central Florida, Florida Blue
Tony Jenkins is the Market President for the Central Florida region. In his appointed role as Market President, Tony is instrumental in leading this region in developing a business plan to increase and retain membership, enhance brand visibility and coordinate employee engagement.
Prior to Florida Blue, Jenkins served as Director of Diversity for CSX Corporation, the largest rail network in the eastern United States. Before joining CSX, Jenkins spent 20 years with the Walt Disney World Company in various management roles.
Tony is very active in the Orlando Community. He is the past Chair for both United Arts of Central Florida and Leadership Orlando Class 89. He also serves on the Orlando Economic Partnership and 4Roots Foundation. Tony also is dedicated to higher education in Central Florida with positions on Stetson University’s Board of Trustees and the UCF Downtown Executive Advisory Council.
In January 2014, Tony was appointed by Governor Rick Scott to serve on the Florida Commission on Human Relations (FCHR). The Commission possesses policy-making responsibilities to identify and eliminate unlawful discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations in the State.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Management from Morris Brown College in Atlanta, GA