Jeannie A. S. Nigam PhDc
Speaker Bio
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH-CDC)
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Program Advisor, Total Worker Health, and Research Psychologist

Jeannie Nigam is a Research Psychologist at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. She is the Co-Coordinator of the Healthy Work Design and Well-Being program, and an advisor to the Total Worker Health Program. Jeannie’s graduate work is in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and her research centers on understanding how work organization affects employee health and well-being with emphases in the areas of work-life balance, mental health, and examining the benefits of comprehensive organizational programs that promote and protect worker health. Jeannie has spoken on these topics to both applied and academic audiences at conferences, trade group, and association meetings. She co-edited the book Total Worker Health and is on the core planning committee for the Work, Stress, and Health Conference series.


In the wake of the pandemic, most employers view workplace wellness as critically important to employee health, safety, and engagement. What’s less clear to most is how best to support it. This international expert keynote panel takes a research-backed look at the role of wellness and psychosocial factors not only in terms of wellness and […]
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