- Discover why the growing caregiving crisis is a critical workforce concern, and what it means for employers’ ability to attract and retain talent
- Learn about the impacts of caregiving on employee wellbeing and productivity, and where existing benefits and resources are falling short
- Explore ways employers can deliver holistic caregiving support and differentiate your organization in the race to attract/ retain talent
- Illustrate real-world examples of how leading employers like Cisco, Hilton and Memorial Hermann Health System are building a culture of care
Sr. Director of Growth – Northeast
Kristin Spodobalski is the Sr. Director of Growth for the Northeast region at Wellthy and is dedicated to bringing Wellthy’s support to families across the country. With a personal caregiving story of her own, Kristin immediately connected with Wellthy’s mission to help families with complex, chronic, or ongoing care needs.
Prior to joining Wellthy, Kristin spent nearly a decade as a Client Manager for National Accounts at UnitedHealthcare.
Kristin received a BA in Business Administration Management from University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford, CT.
Wellthy is revolutionizing the way families care for their loved ones and themselves. Going far beyond care management, Wellthy helps families balance work and caregiving responsibilities through a combination of precision technology and human expertise.
Over 1.5 million people have direct access to Wellthy through some of the largest employers in the country, and we currently work with employers like Memorial Hermann, Best Buy, Cisco, and Meta.