Eileen McNeely

Eileen McNeelyEileen McNeely, PhD, MS, RNC, is Founder and Executive Director of the Sustainability and Health Initiative for Netpositive Enterprise (SHINE) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and is an instructor in the Exposure, Epidemiology and Risk Program at Harvard.  At SHINE, her team conducts research on the impact of work and business operations on individual, organizational, and societal well-being and works with companies across all sectors as “living laboratories” to understand ways to positively impact the health of people and planet throughout the business value chain.  Her research is currently focused on work as a platform to improve well-being, putting people and health at the center of corporate sustainability strategy and business culture. Dr. McNeely has extensive experience in the areas of environmental epidemiology, occupational and community health, health promotion, health services management and policy, and clinical practice as a nurse practitioner.  She has worked as a consultant, researcher, clinician and educator in the field for over 20 years, has authored many publications on the impact of work on well-being and is a renowned expert in the sustainability and health of human capital in the workplace.