Early Career Network: Managing Mental Health in Early Career
Learn about how to manage your mental health in your early career with Student Minds CEO Rosie Tressler OBE.
Our Early Career Network brings together future leaders from a range of WIG member organisations. The network will help you build connections with your peers, and develop the skills and knowledge to move ahead in your career.
It is imperative that we work together to create an inclusive, safe and supportive environment in order to thrive in our workplace and personal lives.
Hear insights from a leading expert on how you can succeed in your career and maintain a healthy mind-set with the input from organisations to support mental health needs.
Come along and share your views, with our speaker and audience, on the ways which you can manage your mental health in your career.
CEO, Student Minds
In 2019, Rosie Tressler was awarded an OBE in Her Majesty The Queen’s Birthday Honours List, in recognition of her services to mental health in Higher Education. In her various roles at Student Minds, her volunteering, campaigning and training development efforts led her to becoming the charity's Chief Executive Officer in 2015. Tressler has been a key leader in the transformation of the health of students and communities, highlighting the importance of looking after ones mental health on an individual and collective level.