TT Info Session (1)

Teacher Training Info Session

Join us for an information session for those interested in SIY Global’s 2024 Teacher Training program. This conversation will be between SIY Global's CEO, Rich Fernandez, and Director of Marketing, Serena Roschman. At this session, you’ll learn more about how SIY has been implemented and scaled at other organizations, what the teacher training journey looks like, and the business impact, whether you are part of an organization or looking to bring SIY Global's programs to your own clients. Bring your questions!
If you're not able to attend live, make sure to register and we will send you a recording of the session.

Wednesday, January 10, 2024

9:00 am - 9:30 am PDT

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Program Language: English

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Serena Roschman, Director of Marketing

Serena is the Director of Marketing at SIY Global. She holds a master’s degree in Health Communication from Northwestern University, where she studied how mindfulness can make a positive impact on the US healthcare system. Serena believes deeply in the transformational power of contemplative practices, having leaned on their wisdom to help her live well with her own chronic illness. Prior to SIY Global, Serena co-founded Room to Breathe, a trauma-informed yoga studio that operates alongside a psychotherapy practice in the Chicago Loop. There, she supported students and trained teachers in accessible, psychologically-sensitive mindfulness practices. Serena also has experience in health tech, having worked for Happify Health as a marketer. In her spare time, Serena enjoys quilting, biking, and reading everything she can get her hands on.

Rich Fernandez, CEO

Rich is the CEO of SIY Global. He was previously the director of executive education and people development at Google, where he was also one of the first SIY teachers. Rich previously founded Wisdom Labs and has also served in senior roles at eBay, J.P. Morgan Chase and Bank of America. He received his PhD in Psychology from Columbia University and is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review.