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President Javier Cevallos Becomes a CEO Against Stigma FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dan Magazu Communications Director Framingham State University 508-626-4539; dmagazu@framingham.edu FRAMINGHAM, MA – Framingham State University President F. Javier Cevallos has joined a statewide campaign to eliminate workplace stigma related to mental illness organized by the Massachusetts chapter of the National...

for immediate release Contact: Lea Ann Scales VP, External Affairs, Communications and K-12 Partnerships 978 630-9320 lscales2@mwcc.mass.edu<mailto:lscales2@mwcc.mass.edu> Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016 Mount Wachusett Community College’s President Dr. Daniel M. Asquino signs on as a National Alliance on Mental Illness of Massachusetts (NAMI Mass) CEO Against Stigma Campaign GARDNER – Mount Wachusett Community...

Laurie Martinelli Executive Director NAMI Massachusetts The Schraffts Center 529 Main Street, Suite 1M17 Boston, MA 02129-1125 617-580-8541 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MA Executives Rally to Fight #1 cause of workplace disability October 13, 2016 Boston, MA — The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Massachusetts (NAMI Mass) has recruited 100 CEOs to be part of...

Dr. Peter Slavin and Dr. Thomas Lynch Join CEOs Against Stigma [caption id="attachment_2227" align="alignleft" width="200"] Peter L. Slavin, MD, President of Massachusetts General Hospital[/caption] [caption id="attachment_2209" align="alignright" width="200"] Thomas J. Lynch, Jr., MD, Chairman & CEO Massachusetts General Physicians Organization[/caption] (Boston— August 12, 2016)– Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)...

Daily News Newburyport, Business Briefs, July 26, 2016 Michael J. Jones, the president and CEO of the Institution for Savings,has joined the growing list of business, state and municipal leaders across the Commonwealth vowing to establish stigma-free places of work for their employees. He has signed...

State leaders recently joined the campaign, "CEOs Against Stigma." [caption id="attachment_2159" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Shutterstock ID 398659648[/caption] By Justine Hofherr,  June 23, 2016 Mental illness is the leading cause of disability in the workplace, with an estimated 20 percent of U.S. adults suffering from some sort of depressive illness,...