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Promly founder and CEO Jen Libby and Promly intern Zach Crillo sat down with Lily Kramon and Cheryl Eskin from Teen Line. Lily is a 16 year old volunteer for Teen Line and Cheryl is the director of Teen Line. Teen Line was started around 40 years ago on the idea that when teens are struggling, they are most likely to turn to other teens, or their peers, for help or guidance. Every year, Teen Line trains around 60-80 teens to become a volunteer. Listen in to learn more about Teen Line; what it takes to get trained, what it is like to be a volunteer, what it feels like to help other teens and more!We are always interested in hearing from other GenZ volunteers or organizations who have something they are passionate about and want to share with others. Please email heypromly@promly.org if you would like more information.Check out Teen Line’s website: https://www.teenline.org CALL 800-852-8336 from 6 PM - 10 PM PST to connect with a trained teenTEXT “TEEN” to 839863 from 6 PM - 9 PM PST to connect with a trained teenListen here on Buzzsprout and other streaming services: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1304890/episodes/9422805-teen-line Listen here on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/0vQGmZbWfuf7CaoUv34Zo1?si=1afd77010f1c433c 
Promly CEO Jen Libby and senior intern Katie Greer sat down with Scarlett Campbell, Promly intern and co-founder of the up and coming brand “Eye Matter.” Scarlett Campbell and her friend and co-founder, Shelby Rich, are both in high school, and they have been researching and creating a brand on Instagram to raise money and spread awareness for suicide prevention. They want people to know that you are more than your struggle with your own mental health. It is important that people have conversations surrounding mental illnesses, as you truly never know what someone is going through. They want people to spread kindness, and they want people to check in on both their happy friends and their sad friends.  Scarlett shared some of her personal stories with us, and how she is able to manage being a Promly intern, a high school student, a volunteer and a co-founder of a brand at such a young age. If you want to order a hat from Eye Matter, DM @eye.matter_ on Instagram. If you are not able to buy a hat right now, they just hope that their brand encourages people to keep up the conversation about mental health and suicide. We are always interested in hearing from other GenZ people who have created their own brand. Please email info@promly.org if you would like more information.
Jen Libby, CEO and founder of Promly, sat down with Gabe Nathan to discuss all things mental health. Gabe Nathan shared some of his own mental health struggles, and shared when and how he realized he needed to reach out for help. He shared many stories from his life growing up that evoked a lot of strong emotions from the audience; sadness, hope, happiness, anger, anticipation, courage and more. Today, he aims to break the stigma of mental health and suicide by talking about it, and, more importantly, by driving his “Herbie” Love Bug. He is “driving out suicide” with his Love Bug. He is bringing attention to suicide, and his car and his mission serve as a catalyst for other people to actually start talking about mental health and suicide. Please check in on your friends and family and ask them how they are doing, and please check in on yourself as well. If you or a loved one are in crisis, please call 1-800-273-TALK to connect with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Check out Gabe Nathan’s Instagram @lovebugtrumpshate Film: www.abeautifuldaytomorrow.comMural: https://www.inquirer.com/news/herbie-the-love-bug-keep-going-suicide-prevention-mural-philadelphia-20200910.htmlFeature: https://www.inquirer.com/life/herbie-the-love-bug-suicide-prevention-awareness-gabe-nathan-20191204.htmlTEDx: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SV8Tk7W7oScIG: @lovebugtrumpshateJob: www.oc87recoverydiaries.orgMental Health writing: https://nathanismylastname.medium.com/We are always interested in hearing from others who are an advocate for mental health and suicide, or who want to share their own story. Please email info@promly.org if you’d like more information.
The Promly Garden continues our new music series highlighting Gen Z singers, song writers, and musicians that have recently released music.  Brain Golden (Goldmine) is a 20 year old musician in Philly who started singing when he was in high school and has now released multiple singles including "Top of the Building" and "Rocky", on Spotify and Apple Music.  Goldmine breaks it down with Zach Seiger and Dylan Dansky,  Promly interns, and even gives us a short live preview of some new lines he is working on. Brian shares his personal story, his hopes for the future, and leaves us wanting more Goldmine live in Philly and on Spotify.  Have a listen and you’ll be going "gold" right along side of the Promly crew.  Here is a link to Goldmine's music on Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/artist/1m7ehe4uRbCJqox0Xc7fhP?si=4wyVQfhDStOPZeSikMuDqg&dl_branch=1We are always interested in hearing from other new artists, singers, and songwriters who want their message and music to be heard.  Please email info@promly.org if you’d like more information.   Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E
Promly CEO & founder Jen Libby and senior intern Julia Vallario sat down with teen Grace Germinder to discuss all things Promly, mental health, body image, modeling and more! Grace is a 16 year old young model influencer and Miss New Jersey competitor committed to empowering mental wellness through her various platforms. It can be difficult to be a model when you are young, but one of Grace’s big beliefs is that at the end of the day, it is so much easier to just be yourself. While there are some negatives that have come for Grace with modeling, she also discussed some positives. Tune into this exciting episode to learn more about her journey as a young model.Check out Grace’s Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/gracegerminder/We are always interested in hearing from other GenZ people who have something they are passionate about and want to share with others. Please email heypromly@promly.org if you would like more information.
Promly Intern Zach Cirillo and Promly Founder Jen Libby talk with 21 year old singer,  songwriter and actor, John Paciga about his journey through life with music and his songs.  His talents show and can be found anywhere on social media as he entertains with a fun  energetic vibe.   John thrills with his tunes and melts hearts so certainly make time to listen and feel the love. Check out johnpaciga.com for his latest and follow him @johnpaciga 
Promly CEO Jen Libby and senior intern Zach Seiger sat down with the members of the all Gen-Z band “TheBandLunch,” which is made up of students Taylan (Ty) Tansug, Colin Corde, Grace Neceda, and Eric Lawson from Hunterdon County, New Jersey. The alternative, indie style band has pulled together their Gen Z artists including a female drummer to create an inviting musical experience.    TheBandLunch shares the motivation behind their new album, The Attic, and aims to create a flash mob type music in the woods experience.  Stay tuned for GPS coordinates!  You won't want to miss it! 
Promly Intern, Christina Kodsi and Promly Founder, Jen Libby, had a great conversation with Alysa Monteagudo, a teenager from the United States who’s passionate about Asian American Pacific Islander issues, women’s rights and empowerment, medical racism, and increasing female representation in STEM! Alysa created So She CAN in 2020 to help empower others to voice their powerful opinions and bravely act.  As an Asian female, she hopes that she can help inspire marginalized people to take big steps and reach their highest potential!  So She CAN publishes articles regularly from Gen Z writers from all over the world.   Definitely tune it to hear more! Check it out: https://soshecan.wixsite.com/organization/newsIf you'd like to get involved with So She CAN, https://soshecan.wixsite.com/organization/get-involved
Carly Compton, model, Instagram influencer, body acceptance expert, and founder of Paradise Fitness With Carly shares openly about her own struggle to find self acceptance amidst a battle with her own eating disorder and a world that often pairs beauty with a certain size.  Carly inspires and coaches others to build their own body acceptance journey at any stage. She sees beauty in everyone, views the body as an immense force of confidence & strength, and hopes to empower others to start their journey towards self love. Carly is funny, unapologetic, and truly a force of positivity for everyone. Tune in Beautiful, it’s your tune to shine. Check out Carly’s Instagram and website as she offers coaching workshops regularly. @paradisefitnesswithcarlywww.paradisefitnesswithcarly.com
The Promly Garden introduces a new podcast series highlighting Gen Z singers, song writers, and musicians that have recently released music.  Sarab Singh is a 17 year old musician from New Jersey who started singing when he was young and has now released his first single, “Stargazing”, on Spotify and Apple Music.  Sarab breaks it down with Zach Cirillo, a Promly Intern, and even gives us a short live preview of “Stargazing” and his new music that has yet to find just the right name.  Sarab shares his personal story, his goals for the future, and leaves us yearning for more Sarab Singh on Spotify.  Have a listen and you’ll be stargazing right along side of the Promly crew.  Here is a link to Sarab's song “Stargazing” on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/1IPl9PEgf1waQ0O6xLJU6OWe are always interested in hearing from other new artists, singers, and songwriters who want their message and music to be heard.  Please email info@promly.org if you’d like more information.    Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E
Alison Malmon launched Active Minds as a result of her personal experience in losing her brother to suicide while he was a student at Columbia University.  Active Minds has chapters all over the country at universities and colleges that aim to change the conversation about mental health.  In today's Promly Garden  Podcast, we interview Pooja Tailor, a student who started a chapter of Active Minds in her own high school.  While many people may know Active Minds to be on college campuses, Pooja has successfully brought Active Minds and conversations about suicide risk and mental health to a much younger population that absolutely needs the support.  Listen here to hear her story.  We are so grateful to Pooja for her time, her honesty, and her willingness to lead conversations and action that provide an opportunity for mental health awareness, support and a safe space to talk about anything in a high school setting.       Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E
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.  In this edition of the Promly Garden Podcast, Taya speaks openly about the challenging path that led her to be the person she is today.  At 15, after years of struggling with her mental health, Taya was arrested for assaulting her mother. Taya was sent to the Colorado Wellness Center for Girls and ultimately found her peace, and her place in this world as a mental advocate and leader among her peers. Taya also talks openly about her own diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder, what it took to get that diagnosis and what that means for her and for so many teens that are diagnosed when they are young.  Taya aims to pursue research with a particular interest in personality disorders and will continue the fight to destigmatize mental illness and personality disorders.   It is with immense gratitude that Taya speaks of her time in treatment at the Colorado Wellness Center for Girls and it is with immense gratitude that we share Taya’s story .Follow Colorado Wellness Center for Girls @coloradowellnesscenterforgirlsShould you want to learn more, please visit their website:https://cwcgirls.com/Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E
Gen Z Intern Christina Kodsi and Promly founder Jen Libby interview founder and president of Girls Code It, Jennifer Lew. Lew is yet another example of Gen Z entrepreneurship and leadership. Girls Code It is a nonprofit organization that offers free and accessible resources, courses and workshops in coding languages and processes for anyone (not just girls) who wants to learn how to code at ANY age and level. The organization aims to fight against gender inequity especially in STEM related fields. Want to see more women in STEM? So do we and so does Girls Code It! Check out this podcast for more information about Girls Code It and Jennifer Lew.Appreciate what they are doing to impact change? Girls Code It accepts donations through their website:https://www.girlscodeit.org/donateHave questions or want to get involved yourself? Reach out to the Girls Code It team at:https://www.girlscodeit.org/contact Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E
On this podcast episode, Promly Founder Jen Libby and Senior Intern Zach Seiger speaks 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. Okayso gives people a platform to ask the hard questions, about sexuality, dating, identity and more. With a team of experts at the waiting that range from health educators to researchers to sex workers  to teachers, users are able to hear from multiple perspectives and get the support they need. Want to learn more? Checkout their website and app: https://okayso.co . And of course tune into our podcast and give it a listen! You may get an answer to your question right now! Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E
Girls Tech Together is an international 501(c)(3) non-profit organization aimed at introducing elementary-school girls to fundamental concepts in the Computer Science field through introductory activities, coding lessons, and interaction with professionals in the CS area. Over the last year, they have personally worked with over 150 girls (in a 10 week program) from over 13 schools in several cohorts. Girls Tech Together is also partnered with the National Center for Women & Information Technology, the DE Foundation for Science & Mathematics Education, and several other corporate sponsors. Further Information/ Call to ActionGirls Tech Together Website: https://girlstechtogether.org/Girls Tech Together Instagram: @girlstechtogetherGirls Tech Together Email: info@girlstechtogether.orgIf you are an 8th-12th grader looking to get involved in Girls Tech Together, you can apply to be a GTT Mentor, Ambassador, or Event Coordinator here: https://forms.gle/q75S8ruKns498ahU7Please consider donating to GTT to help fund our efforts here: https://girlstechtogether.org/donate/If you or your organization/company  are interested in creating a partnership or being a GTT sponsor, please contact us at: girlstechtogether@gmail.com Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E 
This Promly Garden Podcast features Michael Kodsi, Gen Z founder of SIPSnow.com, a high school internship search engine. Michael created SIPSnow.com to make high school internships more accessible for all, regardless of background or personal connections. SIPSnow.com stands for Student Internship Possibilities Now and is easily accessible so that students can quickly sign up for remote internships. Startups and businesses that want to benefit from engaging high school interns in 3 month long virtual internships are also encouraged to create a profile on SIPSnow.com.Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E
In this podcast episode, Promly hosts Valeri Guevarra, who is a current high school senior and founder of Teen Health 101. Since the Covid-19 pandemic Valeri and her team of teens have become a prominent outlet for Gen-Z to lean on as a mental health resource. From healthy food option videos to podcasts hosted by teens around the world Teen Health 101 is becoming a widely recognized platform bot on social media and on the web. Joining Valeri today is Co-Founder of Promly and mental health expert Jen Libby, and new member to the intern team Kyle Dangler. During the episode, we dive into how Teen Health 101 has come about, how our missions align, and how mental health is becoming more prominent in todays world than ever before. See how Valeri has created and assembled a platform designed  to help teens during a time of unprecedented isolation.Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E
In this podcast episode, Promly hosts Victoria Garrick, a University of Southern California (USC) graduate and former DI women’s volleyball star. In her 2017 Ted Talk, The Hidden Opponent, Victoria started to share her mental health story and now has a platform that advocates for mental health awareness in the athletic world.  Additionally, she is an advocate for healthy lifestyle choices, such as intuitive eating, and uses her social medias to promote the most authentic version of herself encouraging others as well to be real, patient and accepting of themselves.  Joining Victoria today is Co-editor of the Promly Garden Julia Szynal, Promly co-founders Jen Libby, Kim Culligan and Burak Tansug and senior intern Julia Vallario. During the episode we dive into all aspects of Victoria's life from athletics to disordered eating to depression to her advocacy organization, The Hidden Opponent.Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E
In this podcast episode, Promly founder Jen Libby begins a conversation with Julia Szynal and Christina Giambattista about Gen Z and the prevalence of eating disorders, anxiety and disordered eating. They offer ideas and interpretations on the causes and effects of these mental health issues and how social media is connected to them. Julia is a sophomore at Boston College studying Applied Psychology and Human Development and Christina is a junior at Boston University studying Neurobiology and Psychology. Boston rivals come together to discuss these disorders that have become typified for Gen Z and use their psychology backgrounds to add unique insight. Additionally, they provide qualitative framing in the form of their own personal stories and struggles to help our listeners understand this grave problem that Gen Z faces on a daily basis.   Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E
On our podcast series today, co-editor of Promly Garden Julia Szynal interviews long time friend and entrepreneur Katia Carnevale, founder of Gen Z clothing brand, KC With Love. Katia is a Division 1, sophomore lacrosse player at Lehigh University who during quarantine created her own clothing brand, KC with love.  Her mission to follow her fashion and design dreams, while spreading love and positivity is an inspiration and a perfect example of Gen Z creativity and entrepreneurship. Outro/Intro:California by Soyb & Amine Maxwellhttps://soundcloud.com/soybmusichttps://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwellCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/syb-amine-californiaMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/aXCwXsa2T4E
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