Framing Youth Mental Health for Well-Being and Opportunity

Posted May 10, 2023
By the Annie E. Casey Foundation

This ses­sion, one in a six-part webi­nar series, aims to help advo­cates improve how they com­mu­ni­cate about youth men­tal health and strength­en their out­reach efforts to key stake­hold­ers and deci­sion makers.

Post­ed: May 312023
Run time: 1 hour, 20 minutes

Fea­tured panelists

Marisa Ger­stein Pineau

Marisa Ger­stein Pineau is the direc­tor of research appli­ca­tion at Frame­Works Insti­tute, an inde­pen­dent non­prof­it that research­es how to reframe social and sci­en­tif­ic top­ics to effec­tive­ly com­mu­ni­cate about those same topics.

Isabel Ohakam­ma

Isabel Ohakam­ma served on the Youth Nation­al Sci­en­tif­ic Coun­cil on Ado­les­cence at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Cal­i­for­nia, Los Ange­les Cen­ter for the Devel­op­ing Ado­les­cent. This coun­cil is com­posed of young peo­ple who are ded­i­cat­ed to pro­mot­ing the pos­i­tive devel­op­ment and well-being of youth.

Pri­mo Laga­so Goldberg

Pri­mo Laga­so Gold­berg is a social impact ana­lyst and pro­gram con­sul­tant for Hopelab, a pri­vate foun­da­tion and social inno­va­tion lab ded­i­cat­ed to cre­at­ing behav­ior-change tech to help teens and young adults live.

See all webi­na­rs in the Youth Men­tal Health series

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