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Maggie Mortali

Maggie Mortali

Vice President, Programs and Workplace Initiatives, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Maggie G. Mortali, MPH (she/her) is the Vice President of Programs and Workplace Initiatives at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). Mortali leads the development and implementation of suicide prevention programs for large public and private sector employers, institutions of higher education, and mental health service agencies, with the goal of reaching at-risk and underserved populations. She oversees AFSP’s Interactive Screening Program and collaborates with partners across various sectors. Mortali is a recognized thought leader in the use of internet-based technologies to reach at-risk populations and has published work on program evaluation and outcomes, suicide prevention strategies, workplace culture, and employee wellness. She holds a master’s degree in public health in Prevention Science from Emory University Rollins School of Public Health and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

All Sessions by Maggie Mortali

Day 5 – April 19 April 19, 2023
10:30 am - 11:45 am

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention in the Workplace and Beyond

Meeting Room 202 A-C: Level 2

Track: Safety and Security 🛈Topics may include those focused on protecting the health and life of recycling facility employees, customers, visitors, contractors, drivers, and the surrounding community; OSHA compliance; disaster preparedness; hazardous materials management; hazard recognition; safety culture; law enforcement; theft; cybersecurity; and infectious disease.
Mental health can be treated; suicide can be prevented. Hear from professionals in both areas about the effects each can have on your workplace and what you can do to address the needs of your workforce.