Sreeja graduated from the College in 2016 where she studied History and Science as well as Global Health and Health Policy. She is currently studying at Duke University as an MSc Global Health candidate. She is passionate about building the proverbial 'beloved community.'
Prior to returning to school, she volunteered with incredible female fearless leaders in global mental health including at Compañeros en Salud in Mexico and Kushinga in Zimbabwe.
Talk to Sreeja about health systems and policy, research, neurodiversity, dancing, reiki, the non-English languages you speak, and friendship.
MSc-GH ’21 | Duke University
Hind is a Harvard Business School Almunus, PLDA 2017. She’s passionate about mental health within the business and individual space cultivated through Positive Psychology, Coaching, and NLP Certifications.
Talk to her about Wellness Tech, all things digital, coaching, podcasts, Mediterranean food, travel and yoga.
Hind believes that the relationship we have with ourselves determines the quality of our lives.
SVP Media Monks | Digital Business Leader | Business & Professional Coach
Emma is a 2015 graduate of the College and is passionate about improving access to high-quality mental healthcare. She currently runs operations at Valera Health, a mental health technology start-up with a mission to expand access to behavioral health services across care settings.
Prior to joining Valera, Emma worked at the National Council for Behavioral Health's Center for Integrated Healthcare Solutions, focusing on initiatives to integrate primary and mental healthcare in community mental health centers. As an undergraduate, Emma was a peer educator with SMHL and a peer counselor with Room 13.
Talk to Emma about your favorite recipes, that thing you read in the New Yorker, health tech startups, used bookstores, and foster dogs.
Operations at Valera Health
Hayoung graduated from Harvard College in 2020, where she studied Neuroscience with a secondary in Psychology. During her time in college, she was able to grow her interest in mental health as a Student Mental Health Liaison and a psychology research assistant. Currently, she is working as a lab manager and researcher at The University of Chicago's psychology department, where she is investigating the relationship between memory and decision-making.
Hayoung loves to be creative through photography and writing, and she is also passionate about education and Asian American visibility.
Talk to Hayoung about balancing STEM with art, social media, marketing and design, and Korean American mental health.
She believes in working on side hustles and pursuing passions outside of work and school.
Lab Manager, UChicago Psychology | Freelance Digital Creator
Ally graduated from Harvard College in 2015 with a concentration in History and Literature and a secondary in Dramatic Arts. After graduating, she worked as a casting professional in NYC. Her Broadway credits include Wicked, Waitress, Once on This Island, Carousel, Mrs. Doubtfire (upcoming) and The Music Man (upcoming). She also served as Casting Director of Oscar at the Crown at 3 Dollar Bill, and Ragtime on Ellis Island. Ally is an audiobook narrator and a work in progress.
Talk to Ally about positive psychology, NPR podcasts, site-specific theater, Brené Brown, Ru Paul’s Drag Race, the enneagram, yoga, dancing, and the intersection of art and mental health.
Teresa is a recent graduate of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where she received her MPH in Health Policy. She is passionate about using technology to improve mental healthcare access and affordability, and is joining Emma at Valera Health as a Program Manager.
Prior to starting her master’s degree, Teresa worked in a Columbia University Medical Center lab at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, researching the neurobiology of eating disorders. She received her bachelor’s from Princeton in 2017, where she studied Psychology and Neuroscience.
Talk to Teresa about digital health interventions, neuroscience, video games, behavioral economics, and loneliness.