Panel: Is the mental health of entrepreneurs 2022 still taboo?
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Founder and President of rum - resources and people, his team supports and develops talent acquisition strategies. They scour the world and the web in search of rare creative, technical or executive talent. As a manager of a 20-person company in four major cities, and as an advisor to various entrepreneurs, he has experienced the professional and personal impacts of the pandemic and is happy to share his learnings.
David Ford Johnson is Executive Director of the Association québécoise des parents et amis de la personne atteinte de maladie mentale (AQPAMM). He is a certified trainer and has held several management roles in various humanitarian missions in Central America, Africa, the Middle East and Eastern Europe. He is an entrepreneur himself, with AQPAMM embarking on social entrepreneurship in 2019 with the creation of training and coaching services to address mental health issues in the workplace. In the context of services to businesses, he is actively involved with various players in the entrepreneurial community.