Kathleen Schulz

Global Innovation Leader, Organizational Wellbeing


Kathleen brings more than 20 years of experience in designing and implementing wellness, fitness, occupational health, EAP, benefits, and work/life programs. As the Global Innovation Leader for Organizational Wellbeing, Kathleen works with Gallagher teams and clients to design holistic strategies to address the total employee value proposition – including all the dimensions of wellbeing, employee engagement, productivity and resiliency. Kathleen received her MS in Organizational Development with a minor in Health Administration, as well as a Post Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health, from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA. She also holds a BS in Cardiovascular Health from Northeastern University in Boston, MA and is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). In 2018 Kathleen was named a Top 25 National Wellbeing Leader by the Corporate Health & Wellness Association and Corporate Wellness Magazine.

Speaker Questionnaire
What is the biggest thing you learned in 2020?

What do you feel are the two most important benefits or areas that need to be a top priority in 2021?

Mental health and communications.

Can you share a story on an area of your healthcare program or employee benefits where you were able to create significant savings or stop costs from rising?

For many clients, emotional well-being was not even on the radar a year ago. Now it's the most important aspect of all total rewards. We've helped clients evaluate their spending to re-allocate funds toward new priorities while staying cost neutral and not detracting from the employee experience.

If you could automatically receive a 10-20% reduction in costs in three areas/programs, what would your dream list be?

Rx and stop loss.

What is the most innovative program you will focus on in 2021 and/or 2022?

Mental health, resilience, and leadership training.

How are you re-imagining corporate culture & well-being?

What virtual care solutions did you roll out during the pandemic? How valuable were they and why?

If you look at our 3 Moonshots - Costs, Culture, and Care; In one sentence, tell us what would be something positive for us to take from 2020 and bring into this new year?

Past Sponsors

1 Conference. 3 Moonshots.


Moonshot #1​

Reduce employer healthcare and benefits costs by 25% by 2025.​



Moonshot #2​

Reimagine engagement and well-being.



Moonshot #3

Provide 40% of healthcare services virtually and through technology by 2025.​


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