Jennifer Fisher

Chief Well-being Officer, Deloitte 

As the Chief Well-being Officer, Jen drives Deloitte’s strategy and innovation around work-life, health, and wellness. She empowers Deloitte’s people to prioritize their well-being so they can be at their best in both their professional and personal lives. Jen also leads Deloitte’s Talent Engagement Center of Excellence.

Jen is a healthy lifestyle enthusiast and seeks to infuse aspects of wellness in everything she does. As a breast cancer survivor, she is passionate about advocating for women’s health and sharing her recovery journey.

Previously, Jen served as Chief of Staff for the CEO of Deloitte LLP and as a Director in Deloitte’s Market Development organization. From 2007 until 2011, Jen was a Senior Manager and primary support for the Managing Partner of Operations. She joined Deloitte as marketing manager for the Southeast region, providing marketing leadership in the Life Sciences and Health Care industry. 

Jen frequently speaks with clients and media about building a culture of well-being at work with and is a regular contributor to Thrive Global and curator of their Work-Life Integration hub. She has coauthored several Deloitte Insights research reports on workplace well-being and hosts WorkWell, a podcast series on the latest work-life trends.She sits on the Advisory Council for the Chief Well-being Officer program at George Mason University’s Center for the Advancement of Well-being and serves as a lieutenant on the American Heart Association’s CEO Roundtable. She received her Bachelor of Science in business management from the University of Miami.

Accomplishments:

2017 Ted Childs Life Work Excellence Award and the 2018 Well-being 100 Award for creating a lasting impact on Deloitte’s culture, benefits, and the well-being of Deloitte professionals. 
Recognized as a Changemaker by Bright Pink, a national non-profit focused on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women.
Coauthor of the Deloitte Insights reports Does scarcity make you dumb? A behavioral understanding of how scarcity diminishes our decision-making and control, Positive Technology: Designing work environments for digital well-being, and You snooze, you win: Why organizations should prioritize having a well-rested workforce.

Areas of expertise:

– Holistic well-being, including physical, mental, emotional, and financial 
– Workplace culture and talent engagement 
– Workplace flexibility 
– Preventing employee burnout
– Destigmatizing mental health
– Technology and well-being 
– Purpose at work
– Diversity and inclusion




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