We’re excited to announce that Kognito is partnering with Togetherall, an online peer-to-peer mental health community where students can anonymously seek and provide support 24/7.

With the need for college mental health services rising as a result of the pandemic, a strong peer support network can help supplement services like virtual counseling. Togetherall and Kognito will work in concert as part of a holistic, stepped care approach to provide students with the skills to effectively listen and support their peers, as well as a space to connect during a critical time.

Join us for a special webinar to learn how this partnership can help your efforts to enhance the campus safety and wellbeing. We’ll discuss:

  • Ways to foster peer support as a strategy to address mental health
  • How you can incorporate Kognito and Togetherall’s alignment into a stepped care approach to meet today’s pressing need for mental health support in higher education
  • How you can take advantage of this new partnership

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Lucas Bierlein, M.Ed
Director, Higher Education, Togetherall

Lucas Bierlein has spent over 15 years in higher education and student services in roles with leading institutions including New York University, The New School, and Reed College. As Director of Higher Education for Togetherall, Lucas consults with colleges and universities of all profiles and sizes to extend and de-stigmatize mental health services, and to promote programs and policies aimed at decreasing feelings of isolation among students.
Ron Goldman
Co-Founder and Chief Simulation Strategist, Kognito

Ron Goldman is an EdTech and digital health entrepreneur. Over the past 15 years, he has pioneered the application of neuroscience, gaming technology, and artificial intelligence to the design of simulation experiences with virtual humans that improve social, emotional, and physical health across healthcare, PK-12, and higher education. Ron acted as Kognito's CEO until January 2020. Ron is a member of the editorial board of the Games for Health journal. He is a frequent speaker at conferences about entrepreneurship and innovation in the EdTech and digital health markets and has been featured in publications such as Fast Company, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, NPR, U.S. News & World Report, and HealthLeaders. Before co-founding Kognito, Ron founded and ran an artist management agency for rock musicians and served in the Israeli Army. He resides in NYC with his wife and two young daughters.
Kim Wieland, MPH
Product Manager, Kognito

Kim serves as Product Manager for Kognito's education vertical, having previously served as Senior Client Experience Executive. Kim has had a diverse career across education, business, and non-profits, with a focus on helping communities build capacity to tackle challenges and seize opportunities at the local level. Prior to joining Kognito, Kim served as the Executive Director of the Industrial Supply Association which represents one of the largest manufacturing and distribution channels. Kim graduated from Washington Adventist University with degrees in History and Secondary Education, and holds an MPH in Global Health from George Washington University.
Brian Flumen
Product Owner

Brian Flumen recently joined Kognito’s Product Team after over 20 years of product management in education technology. As Product Owner for its education products, Brian bridges the gap between market needs and content and technical development, working closely with internal and external stakeholders. Prior to Kognito, Brian worked at McGraw-Hill, Scholastic, and other EdTech companies, large and small, on a variety of innovative digital products and services for students and teachers.
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Ron Goldman is an EdTech and digital health entrepreneur. Over the past 15 years, he has pioneered the application of neuroscience, gaming technology, and artificial intelligence to the design of simulation experiences with virtual humans that improve social, emotional, and physical health across healthcare, PK-12, and higher education. Ron acted as Kognito's CEO until January 2020. Ron is a member of the editorial board of the Games for Health journal. He is a frequent speaker at conferences about entrepreneurship and innovation in the EdTech and digital health markets and has been featured in publications such as Fast Company, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, NPR, U.S. News & World Report, and HealthLeaders. Before co-founding Kognito, Ron founded and ran an artist management agency for rock musicians and served in the Israeli Army. He resides in NYC with his wife and two young daughters.
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