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According to a poll by Active Minds, one in five college students say their mental health has significantly worsened under COVID-19 and 80% of college students report that COVID-19 has negatively impacted their mental health. Now more than ever, the entire campus community plays a critical role in addressing and supporting student mental health.

Join us for a webinar co-hosted by Active Minds as we hear from student leaders about their experience in the pandemic. A panel of students will share with us:

  • Ways they are promoting social connection and supporting peers
  • What they perceive as resource gaps from their schools, including knowing where to go for mental health support
  • What they think their school leaders should be thinking about to promote mental health

Our Presenters:

Da'Trevion A. Moss
Active Minds Chapter President, University of Dubuque

Tre is a senior at the University of Dubuque with a major in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. Tre is the President of his Active Minds Chapter. Being a part of Active Minds has helped Tre realize that people around the world are passionate about spreading mental health. Tre loves meeting and connecting with people daily, spreading positivity wherever he goes. Outside of school, he looks to give back and find volunteer work to pick up in his free time. He also enjoys going on walks, playing volleyball, and working out.
Kamakashi Sharma
Active Minds Chapter President, University of Pittsburgh

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Cameron Zohoury
Active Minds Chapter President, Santa Monica College

Cameron currently attends Santa Monica College studying psychology and following the premed track. Cameron has been involved with the Active Minds chapter on campus for the last two years and will be serving as the co-president this upcoming school year. Growing up with personal challenges regarding mental health and depression, Cameron feels personally invested in this topic and wishes to continue advocating and spreading awareness in the community.
Allen Liu
Student, Princeton University

Allen Liu is a rising junior at Princeton University majoring in Operations Research and Financial Engineering with certificates (minors) in Applied Math and Computer Science. He serves as University Council (U-Council) Chair on Princeton's Undergraduate Student Government and leads the Mental Health Task Force, through which he has published a mental health resources guide and worked with Princeton's Counseling and Psychological Services to collect input on the transition to remote mental health resources. In his free time, he is involved in the performing arts community through the Princeton University Orchestra and pit orchestras for musical theater groups on campus.
Robyn Suchy
Chapter Manager, Active Minds

Robyn is the Chapter Manager at Active Minds and has been immersed in young adult mental health advocacy for nearly a decade, first as a college student and now working with a network of more than 15,000 student leaders on over 550 campuses across the US. Robyn graduated from Cabrini University with Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy and English with concentrations in social justice and women and gender studies and he loves to work with students on creative problem solving and advocacy. Robyn uses he/him pronouns.
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