Being a Working Mom is Hard … Employers Can Help!

Seeking Solutions Symposium:  

Being a Working Mom is Hard…Employers Can Help!

When:  January 17, 2024 | Program – 4pm
Reception – 5pm
Where:  Webster University  – Interdisciplinary Science Building auditorium, room 140
Parking:  Garage across the street from East Academic Building

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The juggle and struggle of being a working mom is real. From growing your family, returning to work, and juggling your two jobs (parenthood and career), it can be rather difficult. Addressing those struggles for the working moms in the workforce improves productivity, retention, and talent acquisition – true ROI for an organization. Join Sarah Moore (Board member of the WFSTL) and Scott Liebman from BenefitBump to discuss ways employers can support working moms.  Employees learn what to ask for from your employer. There will be lots of low cost, actionable tips to support the workforce. Come join us to get the solutions moms and employers need to thrive.

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Scott Liebman | President and Founder of BenefitBump

Scott is the President and Founder of BenefitBump, a life event benefit navigation and return-to-work solution. Prior to BenefitBump, Scott spent many years as a health and benefits consultant with Aon and Towers Perrin (now WTW), primarily working with large and mid-sized employers across the spectrum of benefit plans. During his career he has also served in Product Development, Business Development, and Underwriting roles at various health plans and a PBM.

Scott’s company, BenefitBump, helps employers enhance their employee experience and optimize benefit plan performance and return-to-work rates by helping employees feel included, valued, and fulfilled at work.

Sarah Moore | VP, Legal and Business Development
Sarah’s passion for equitable outcomes in maternal health and comprehensive support of women and parents in the workforce is why Sarah joined the BenefitBump team. . Sarah champions and empowers businesses to further family friendly work environments by implementing developed best practices, including low-cost ways employers can support working parents. Sarah is thrilled that there is a solution as supportive and comprehensive as BenefitBump to support employees as they navigate growing their families and feels fortunate to be a part of such a great team. Prior to joining BenefitBump, Sarah worked in the corporate practice group at a large St. Louis area international law firm and as a corporate lawyer in an in-house setting. Sarah is a proud mom of two.


Jan 17 2024


4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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