From Stigma to Stage:
Helping Youth Find and Share their Voice

DATE & TIME
DECEMBER 20 | 1:00 P.M. - 2:00 P.M.
LOCATION
ONLINE
DURATION
1.O HOUR
COST
FREE

 

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Join Pamela Schuller, Disability and Inclusion Advocate and Stand-Up Comedian, as she shares the important work that Here.Now., a Jewish teen mental-health initiative, is doing to break the stigma around mental health and amplify youth voices. Come learn about the creative and innovative ways in which teens are being empowered to use their voice and develop into leaders and advocates in their communities.

MEET YOUR FACILITATOR

Pamela Schuller launched and runs Here.Now., a Jewish teen mental-health initiative through Jewish Board that promotes mental health, well being, and resilience through creativity.  Pam holds Bachelor Degrees in Psychology and Youth Outreach through the Arts with her Master’s Degree in Child Advocacy and Policy. Pam is also an inclusion advocate, often working with communities to rethink their perception of inclusion. Pam lives in New York City and for fun can be found all around the city doing stand-up comedy.