Promly Support, Inc. is our 501(c)3 nonprofit providing advocacy, community education, suicide prevention, partnerships, Gen Z intern program, outreach and mental health support inside and outside of the Promly app.
Promly, A Public Benefit Corp, is the Promly app. Built to be a better social networking ecosystem where partnerships and strategic decisions are made in the best interests of our teen users and in the future.
Jennifer has been a therapist for teens and young adults for 20 years. She specializes in treating high risk adolescents. Jennifer has been an assistant principal and featured on podcasts. She has also served as a board member and provides consultation with numerous schools and agencies, including Center for Humane Tech (“The Social Dilemma”) on best practices for teens and tech, 2020. Jennifer speaks publicly on a variety of mental health concerns; she most recently spoke to members of Congress about the harmful effect of YouTube’s suicide “how-to” videos. Jennifer loves TikTok dances, is a huge fan of Gen Z, and feels like life would be better if every room had a disco ball.
Kim is a business mastermind and licensed school counselor. She was one of the lead initial visionaries of Girls on the Run, has been featured on CNN, and has a strong record of pulling resources together and making magic happen in the name of saving lives. Kim is a big fan of “Survivor” and thinks world peace could happen through a shared love of chocolate chip cookies. She is in awe of teens today and loves watching them change the world.
Brad has over 20 years of experience as a CFO both in the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. When Brad is not adding up numbers and giving out good advice, he can be found creating an amazing BBQ, cheering on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and living his best life with his wife and two kids in Florida.
Cameron is an amazing software engineer who has led technical teams at numerous startups, from early-stage to IPO and International expansion. She’s part of Promly’s leadership team and brought our Promly.org website to life. Cameron is passionate about providing accessible mental healthcare to everyone, at a time when people need it the most. She lives in San Francisco and loves animals, public speaking, and biking long distances.