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Zane Landin (He/Him and They/Them) is a mental health and disability advocate, queer rights activist, body positivity proponent, authentic storyteller, communications explorer, writer, award-winning poet, entrepreneur, and positive change maker. Zane earned his Bachelor of Science in Communication and Public Relations from Cal Poly Pomona. He founded PositiveVibes Magazine, a digital magazine dedicated to telling authentic stories about mental health, wellness, and inspiration. The magazine's message has impacted thousands of readers from over 100 countries.
Through his passion for media and public relations, Zane created a PR agency dedicated to uplifting voices of mental health and other forms of advocacy we don't typically hear from in the media. One of Zane's proudest accomplishments was being selected for the first-ever Mental Health Youth Action Forum with President Biden, Dr. Biden, Dr. Murthy, and Selena Gomez. Zane is a passionate storyteller who regularly writes about wellness, psychology, and culture for the Power of Positivity, Entrepreneur, Brainz Magazine, and Lady Gaga's Channel Kindness. He has spoken on over 75 podcasts and platforms like New York Weekly, Forbes, Buzzfeed, and The Conversationalist, where he shares his journey with different audiences.
Now, Zane lives in Washington, D.C., working as an Internal Communications Specialist at the National Geographic Society. Zane is intrigued by how we can leverage powerful stories to create a more inclusive world for all to thrive. He is a dynamic speaker where he spoke for Diversability at a Gen Z event, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration at a youth mental health panel, several universities, the National Domestic Violence Hotline love is respect digital webinar, the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health at a digital panel, and his first television appearance that was aired on over 90 television stations.
Mallory Gothelf is a graduate from Northeastern University, with a degree in psychology, and an unabashed mental health advocate who has spoken and written extensively about mental health for companies and organizations including: This Is My Brave, Aditum Bio, Zencare.co, The Ruderman Foundation, Minding Your Mind, and Active Minds. Utilizing her story and knowledge around mental health, she launched Find Your/self Boxes.
Sarah has a bachelors in Psychology from Northeastern University, where she developed a strong passion for mental health care, breaking the stigma of mental illness, and making workplaces supportive of mental health. She has worked for the mental and behavioral health care provider Youth Villages, as a development and fundraising professional. There, she worked to educate volunteers and donors on the growing youth mental health crisis and enlist corporate partners in different forms of support. Now, Sarah works as a Manager of Corporate Partnerships at United Way of Massachusetts Bay where she supports the creation of innovative corporate-community partnerships. For the past 2 years, Sarah has served on the leadership team of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Boston, aiming to strengthen the skills of the nonprofit workforce to ultimately better serve our communities. Sarah brings her lived experience with mental health struggles to her role as a board member and seeks to lift the voices of many of her close loved ones with similar struggles to support the work that Find Your/self does. When not at work in the social impact field, Sarah enjoys roller skating, watercoloring, and thrift store shopping!