Campus professionals including deans, vice presidents, faculty, and staff in student affairs, student life, student health, counseling, psychology, public health, and more.
Government, foundation, and corporate representatives invested in the health and well-being of young adults and communities.
Mental health leaders including representatives of mental health organizations as well as practitioners.
School administrators including principals, superintendents, guidance counselors, and social workers.
Young adult leaders ages 14-24+ including Active Minds chapter members and alumni, fraternity and sorority leaders, student body presidents, and all others who are committed to mental health awareness and suicide prevention.
Active Minds is the nation's premier nonprofit organization promoting mental health for young adults.