Sally Luck has been employed at Hallmark for many years, assuming her current role in 2009 in an effort to strengthen the wellness program and promote a culture of wellness for Hallmark employees. Hallmark’s wellness program, Hallmark Health, was recognized for its excellence in the corporate wellness industry with a Leadership Award by Corporate Wellness Magazine in 2012 and has been a speaker at EHBC Conferences the past three years. Sally has a BS degree in Home Economics from the University of Missouri-Columbia and an MBA in Management from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO.
She also currently serves on non-profit and industry boards including:
- Board President- Rose Brooks Center, the Midwest’s largest domestic violence program that seeks to break the cycle of domestic violence and keep women and children safe
- Board President and founding member- After the Harvest, a program that prevents hunger by rescuing fresh produce that would otherwise go to waste and distributes it to agencies serving hungry people in Kansas and Missouri
- General Mills Champions’ Council