Heloisa Jardim is Senior Research Advisor at SHINE, Consultant on Organizational Well-being, Culture and Leadership, Facilitator at Chapman & Co Leadership Institute, Research Advisor at BUD, Board member at Schwarz Care Institute, and Board Member at CBKK. Previously, she worked at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health as Research Manager for SHINE, where she led the strategic planning and implementation of SHINE’s initiatives, promoting business strategies to foster the well-being of populations.
With more than 15 years of professional experience in finance, strategic consulting, well-being, and corporate sustainability, her experience covers a wide range of industries such as extractives, textiles, healthcare, international agencies, manufacturing, and aviation, among others. She has studied and worked with diverse populations in Brazil, China, Cambodia, the United States, Mozambique, Malawi, Mexico, and Sri Lanka.
Heloisa is passionate about transforming work into a platform to elevate people’s well-being, transforming the workplace from a source of stress and fear to a true playground that nourishes connection and creativity. Heloisa believes in the catalytic power of evidence-based research to leverage reflective humanistic decision-making for corporate action. Since 2017, she has been involved in well-being research at Harvard University, using academic rigor and her vast experience in organizations to highlight the importance and impact of well-being in the organizational context, the factors and underlying assumptions that contribute to it, and especially what type of leadership is needed.
Heloisa has a bachelor’s in business administration at IBMEC-RJ, a specialization in Finance at COPPEAD, a master’s in Economics and Sustainability at UFRJ, and a Master’s in Public Health at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health.