Heart On My Sleeve Movement founder joins SuperFriend

Board Move


SuperFriend, the workplace wellbeing partner of the superannuation and insurance industry, has announced three new appointees to its board including independent director Mitch Wallis.

Wallis recently founded an international not-for-profit mental health campaign to eradicate stigma called the ‘Heart On My Sleeve Movement’. He was also appointed the first ambassador for the Australia & New Zealand Mental Health Association.

SuperFriend said that Wallis "is an emerging leader with a lifelong mission to empower others to overcome suffering and reimagine the healing power of the mind through storytelling, community and technology."

Joining him on the SuperFriend board is Sarah Guthleben, Equip Super's executive officer people, capability and enablement, and workplace health expert Professor Niki Ellis.

SuperFriend CEO, Margo Lydon said: “All three appointments mark the growing diversity of our Board and will significantly help champion SuperFriend as a leader of delivering practical solutions for the mental health and wellbeing of all Australians in workplaces.”


May 2019

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