Incorporating mental health discussions into your programming mix is important and timely. These substantive speakers leave audiences feeling more connected, hopeful, and less alone.

13 Year NFL Veteran; Founder and CEO of House of Athlete; Host of the I AM Athlete Podcast; Mental Health Advocate

Legendary Tennis Champion; Entrepreneur; NYT Bestselling Author; Philanthropist; Mental Health and Equality Advocate

Olympic Medalist and Most Successful Female Skier of All Time; NYT Bestselling Author; NBC Sports Broadcast Analyst; Mental Health Advocate

New York Times Bestselling Author; Founder of Together Rising; Podcaster; Activist; Advocate for Mental Health and Social Justice

Former President of World Bank Group; Co-Founder of Partners in Health; Activist Physician; Advocate for Mental Health

Award-Winning Author; Journalist; Expert on Work/Life Balance & Deliberate Living; Advocate for Mental Health


GRANT WILLIAMS | Trailblazing NBA Player; Vice President of the National Basketball Players Association; Former Chess Champion; Dedicated Academic Mentor and Recipient of the Bill Russell National Mentor of the Year Award; Mental Health Advocate

VICTOR CRUZ | Super Bowl Champion and Analyst for ESPN; Co-Host of E!'s Pop of the Morning; Philanthropist; Advocate for Mental Health and STEM

MISSY FRANKLIN | Four-Time World Record Holder and Five-Time Olympic Gold Medal Swimmer; Mental Health Advocate


GALEY ALIX | Interior Designer; Goldman Sachs Executive; Mental Health Advocate

CHASE BRYANT | Country Singer-Songwriter and Mental Health Advocate

MARRA B. GAD | Award-Winning Author of The Color of Love: A Story of a Mixed-Race Jewish Girl; Advocate for Mental Health, Racial Equity, and Adopted Children and Families