This week, Promly founder Jen Libby, Gen Z intern Julia Vallario, and mental health ambassador Taya Hoy spent some time together hearing Taya’s personal story of mental health struggles that began as a child, trauma, and ultimate healing in a time she least expected to recover. Taya is now a Gen Z ambassador for Colorado Wellness Center for Girls and a strong advocate for destigmatizing personality disorders.
Promly founder Jen Libby, and Gen Z intern Christina Kodsi, spent some time this past week chatting with the president of Girls Code It, Jennifer Lew. GirlsCodeIt is a dedicated, Gen-Z female-led nonprofit organization and initiative at the forefront of the fight for gender and education equality.
With the Covid-19 vaccine already rolling out to almost half the U.S. population, there is a lot of hope that soon the world will feel more normal. As it gets a little bit warmer during these next few months, people may feel more inclined to partake in outdoor dining with a few friends.
If you are here right now reading I hope that you are familiar with our mission here at Promly, but if you are not I encourage you to explore our website and learn more! In short, Promly is a company aimed at saving lives by creating a safer social media platform that integrates 24/7 mental health resources for its users.
On this podcast episode, Promly Founder Jen Libby and Senior Intern Zach Seiger speak with Elise Schuster, CEO of Okayso. Okayso is a non profit organization that aims to increase the access people have to support and information when they need it the most.
Meditation has completely revolutionized mental health. If you have ever meditated before or are familiar with meditation, you are aware of the various types. The meditation that is the most recognized is the kind that transpires during yoga. You know, the meditation where you say “OM”?
Have you ever heard of the terms climate anxiety, eco-trauma, and ecological grief? Chances are, if you’re part of Gen Z (anyone born from the mid 1990s to 2010s) you have. These terms were created by psychologists and environmental scientists and are part of a new vocabulary used to describe the doom and despair ofContinue reading “Gen Z and Climate Anxiety”
Promly interviews Divita Taduvayi, a high school senior who advocates for equity in the Computer Science field through her international 501(c)(3) non-profit, Girls Tech Together.
I had my first period when I was twelve years old. That day I had worn a royal blue skater skirt to school with spandex underneath. I remember walking into my mom’s office after school and doing a twirl because I wanted to show her the way my skirt moved. She was the first oneContinue reading “Bloody Hell! We’ve Got to Destigmatize the Period”
Promly speaks with Michael Kodsi, a high school senior and founder of SipsNow.com. The mission of SipsNow is to make high school internships accessible to all, regardless of background or personal connections.