Starbucks’ Perspective: Returning to Work with Resiliency

Learn how Starbucks managed through the public health uncertainty and the strategy they’re using to help their teams return to work.

What You’ll Learn in this On-Demand Replay

Join Ron Crawford, VP of Benefits at Starbucks, in conversation with Sean McBride, Head of Partnerships at Lyra, on how Starbucks is supporting employees and their business through this public health and economic crisis.

In this on-demand webinar, you’ll hear Ron’s perspective and insights on:

  • Developing and implementing plans for returning to work
  • Evolving benefits strategy to adapt to these unprecedented times
  • Supporting employees’ physical and mental health

Featured Speakers

Sherice Torres

Global Director of Inclusion, Google

Nikki Smith-Bartley

Chief Diversity & Talent Strategy Officer, Asurion

Andrea Holman, PhD

Associate Professor of Psychology, Huston-Tillotson University

Featured Speakers

Ron Crawford

VP Benefits, Starbucks

Sean McBride

VP of Partnerships, Lyra Health

Featured Speakers

Sherice Torres

Global Director of Inclusion, Google

About the Panel

Ron Crawford, VP Benefits, Starbucks

Ron Crawford is the VP of Global Benefits at Starbucks. He joined the company in 2011, after a long career in insurance. During his time at the coffee company, Crawford has been instrumental in introducing the benefits that Starbucks has become famous for, including Starbucks’ college achievement program and the extension of the paid parental leave policy to include hourly workers.

Sean McBride, Head of Partnerships, Lyra Health

Sean leads Lyra’s new partnership efforts with employers and other partners. Prior to Lyra, Sean worked at Castlight Health, The White House’s National Economic Council, The Brookings Institution’s Health Care Reform Center, and Khulisa Management Services. Sean earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, and a Master in Business Administration from the Harvard Business School.