Business community to release new industry-specific employer toolkits on mental fitness in the workplace

The legal, hospitality and construction industries are vital to Utah’s thriving economy. They also each have their own unique challenges and opportunities with workforce mental health. 

Join Utah Community Builders, Salt Lake Chamber, and business and community leaders for the debut of three new industry-specific resource guides that apply the concepts of the Suicide Prevention in the Workforce Employer Toolkit to each sector with industry-specific data, best practices, and actionable steps for business. 

The toolkits were created by Utah Community Builders and Salt Lake Chamber, in coordination with the Associated General Contractors of Utah, Utah Restaurant Association, Utah State Bar and its Well-being Committee for the Legal Profession, and the Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition.

Leaders in each industry will share how Utah’s business community is working to ensure we have the most resilient and mentally fit workforce in the nation.


Thursday, May 5, 2022

10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.


Salt Lake Chamber

201 S. Main Street, #2300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111


  • Derek Miller, President & CEO, Salt Lake Chamber and Downtown Alliance
  • Allison Foust, Suicide Prevention Program Administrator, Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition
  • Andrew Morse, Shareholder, Snow Christensen & Martineau
  • Kelly Lake, Managing Partner, Lux Catering and Events
  • Taylor Smith, Director of Safety and Education, Associated General Contractors of Utah


  • Justice Paige Petersen, Utah Supreme Court
  • Martha Knudson, Utah State Bar Wellbeing Committee for the Legal Profession
  • Katy Sine, Wellness/Hospitality Advocate representing Utah Restaurant Association
  • Brandon Hansen, Hyatt Place Salt Lake City Downtown/The Gateway
  • Julie Mulcock, Jacobsen Construction