The past, present, and future of mental health on college campuses
Katherine Grill, PhD
Katherine Grill, Ph.D., is the co-founder and CEO of Neolth, which provides stress and mental health support to students by delivering on-demand, personalized care via their self-guided platform. Dr. Grill has a BS in Art Therapy, MA in Biological Psychology and PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience. Previously, she conducted NIH behavioral research at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC and co-founded a community-based health program for young adults. In 2017 she moved to San Francisco to explore the life-changing impact technology has on healthcare delivery.
Aaron D. Haddock, M.Ed., Ph.D. has worked in school and community settings as a teacher, school psychologist, program evaluator, and consultant. Dr. Haddock’s areas of expertise include social-emotional learning, child and adolescent behavioral health, and school-based prevention and intervention. By linking his extensive experience in multi-tiered systems of support, program evaluation, academic achievement, and education policy directly to issues of social justice and education, Dr. Haddock leverages the reciprocal relationship between research and practice to promote positive outcomes for all youth.q
Matt Kennedy is a co-founder and the Chief Operating Officer of Mantra Health. Matt started his career at Google and completed his MBA from Columbia Business School and BSc at the London School of Economics. At Mantra he is responsible for product development and clinical operations. Under his leadership, the company launched the Mantra Collaboration portal, a software platform enabling counseling and health service centers on university and college campuses to co-manage student patients with a dedicated psychiatry or therapy provider Mantra staffs through its provider group.
Allyson is currently Director of Telosity, a Vinaj Fund, investing in Pre-seed and Seed stage companies improving adolescent mental health and wellbeing. Prior to this, she led Village Capital's US Health practice, where she focused on supporting entrepreneurs developing scalable solutions to improve health outcomes in vulnerable populations. Through Village Capital's accelerator programming and affiliated investment fund, she worked with over 50 early-stage health companies, assisting them in designing and honing go-to-market and fundraising strategies.
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