Jennifer Moss

Happiness and Mental Health Advocate, Co-Founder of Plasticity Labs, Author

Jennifer Moss is a top happiness keynote speaker, mental health advocate, author, and Co-Founder of Plasticity Labs. Moss is a recipient of the International Female Entrepreneur of the Year Award, named a Canadian Innovator of the Year, was honored with the Public Service Award from the Office of President Obama, and attended his inauguration. Moss is the HR Chair on the Board at the Accelerator Center, a Waterloo University-based tech incubator.

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Unlocking Happiness at Work

Unlocking Happiness at Work takes you on a journey into why and how leaders can become compassionate capitalists. With insightful and practical takeaways, case studies and the most current scientific research, Jennifer’s presentation will demonstrate the business benefits to...

Unlocking Happiness at Work takes you on a journey into why and how leaders can become compassionate capitalists. With insightful and practical takeaways, case studies and the most current scientific research, Jennifer’s presentation will demonstrate the business benefits to adopting a health, wellness and happiness strategy. This is an essential resource for leaders who want to attract new talent, improve their brand and boost profitability – but in an authentic way – in a way that is life-enhancing for their people. Jennifer’s talk teaches leadership teams how to do well by doing good. #UHAW #UnlockingHappy

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Women in Tech

Bestselling author and...

Bestselling author and international public speaker, Jennifer Moss is also the recipient of the International Female Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Innovator of the Year Award and Public Service Award from the Office of President Obama. Most notably, Jennifer is the cofounder of a tech company and sits on the Board of a technology incubator as the Chair of the HR Committee. With female-led startups representing only 7% of all tech startups, Jennifer is a passionate advocate for encouraging more girls and women to take on roles in STEAM. Jennifer works with government policy makers to advance this discussion globally.

Most recently, Jennifer was interviewed recently by Time Magazine to share why we need to increase inclusivity in tech, not just for women, but for everyone. Her talk focuses on the opportunities available to women in STEAM and the benefits of being a female entrepreneur. Jennifer will share her incredible personal journey from working on Oprah’s films, to her early days in social media in Silicon Valley, her involvement in President Obama’s campaign and attending his inauguration, leading a tech company, writing a book and presenting a keynote with the Dalai Lama.

Women have been told for too long that they can’t speak about their children, share their personal details, they are “too soft” or “too emotional” but Jennifer refuses to accept that this is how women should lead. Jennifer’s talk will inspire women of all generations to embrace their capacity to lead authentically. Jennifer will show women how to better connect with their core values, embrace who they are, develop their resiliency skills, eliminate their fear, and lead as a woman.

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The Hero Generation- Unlocking Happiness in Schools

Jennifer and her research team developed the HERO Generation Program to build up the psychological skills of everyone involved in the education system – this way, there is an aligned value system between teachers, students, administrators and even trustees who engage in the ...

Jennifer and her research team developed the HERO Generation Program to build up the psychological skills of everyone involved in the education system – this way, there is an aligned value system between teachers, students, administrators and even trustees who engage in the program. Based on a happiness model rooted in neuropsychology, the program focuses on the emotional traits that are represented in the happiest and highest performing people in the world: Hope, Efficacy, Resilience, Optimism, Gratitude, Empathy, and Neuronal control (mindfulness), hence, HERO GEN.

Teachers and staff are required to be empathetic to a variety of stakeholders and it can become depleting. But with emotional intelligence training, Jennifer’s team has been able to reduce stress and burnout. Furthermore, they also saw significant improvement in academic performance and engagement in students across the spectrum from K to 12. Jennifer will provide research outcomes through real world examples of teachers, administrators and students who are engaged in the program. She shares the successes and the pitfalls of disrupting one of the oldest institutions in the world, and what tangible actions educators can take to bring elements of the HERO teachings back to their school ecosystem.

Happiness in schools can also impact happiness in communities. The larger ecosystem around schools include parents and surrounding neighbourhoods, and through a longitudinal study, Jennifer will be investigating correlates like employment and crime rates, as well as overall mental and physical health of the community at large.

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About Keynote Speaker Jennifer Moss

Jennifer Moss is the Cofounder of Plasticity Labs, researcher and bestselling author of “Unlocking Happiness at Work”. She is considered a workplace culture expert and thought leader on the topic of happiness and emotional intelligence. Jennifer has appeared in Inc., Fortune, TechCrunch, Psychology Today and she regularly contributes to Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Huffington Post.

Moss is a recipient of the International Female Entrepreneur of the Year Award, named a Canadian Innovator of the Year, was honored with the Public Service Award from the Office of President Obama and attended his inauguration. Moss is the HR Chair on the Board at the Accelerator Center, a Waterloo University-based tech incubator. She is frequently included in “Top Women in Tech to Watch” lists around the world.

Moss’s groundbreaking work on the power of happiness is transforming hundreds of schools and companies. Moss speaks frequently to general audiences about how happiness in the workplace gives companies a competitive advantage. Most recently she has presented at SXSW, TEDXWomen, and Chatelaine’s W100.

Prior to her focus on emotional intelligence, Moss spent ten years working in Silicon Valley with several tech giants.

Jennifer Moss is the co-founder of Plasticity Labs and author of Unlocking Happiness at Work. She is considered a happiness expert and thought leader on the topic of emotional intelligence and organizational performance.

Moss was most recently recognized with The International Female Entrepreneur of the Year Award and named a Canadian Innovator of the Year. Moss spent a decade working in Silicon Valley during the formative years of social and digital technology – working with some of the biggest tech giants in the world. Her work developing corporate giving campaigns tied to social communications would have her accepting the Public Service Award from the Office of President Obama.

Moss is also the co-founder of The HERO Generation; a non–profit that works with schools to improve student and teacher mental health. The research outcomes of happiness and its impact on performance was presented at the World Happiness Summit in collaboration with the United Nations.

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