Who We Support
Universities, High School and
Professional Sports Teams, Travel and AAU Teams
Corporate Wellness Programs,
Data shows that the mental health struggles of student-athletes have increased substantially over the last several years.
Increase in mental health issues for student-athletes nationally.
Feel they are not able to keep up with
academics resulting in stress and anxiety.
Using the power of AI and Machine Learning in-app capabilities including:
Enabling discovery and awareness through visual representations of mood trends and patterns.
Science-backed lessons to empower users to develop and maintain healthy coping skills and habits.
Access to Support
We make reaching out for support more accessible and streamlined than ever before.
Creating an accessible and scalable platform for all those who wish to improve their wellbeing.
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Who We Are
Founder & CEO
Former collegiate basketball player and team captain
Graduated from Columbia University with a Masters in Physiology
Director of Human Performance for the last 8 years
As a collegiate basketball player, Ivan experienced an injury that ended his junior season. Dropping out of pre-med and using substances to cope, he eventually discovered the college’s sports psychologist who diagnosed Ivan with depression. Seeking support helped Ivan realize he was struggling with an identity crisis. Throughout this difficult time, he realized:
Nobody was opening up about their struggles
Many teammates were also struggling behind the scenes
Only 2 athletes had visited the sports psychologist in 2 years
Co-Founder & COO
Former all-conference baseball player and team captain
Member of Concordia College NY's All-Decade Baseball Team
Sr. Paternership manager at DynAdmic
As a collegiate baseball player, Erik dealt with mental health struggles including anxiety and stress that inhibited his performance on the field and classroom - resulting in a lower GPA and substance use to cope. After being diagnosed with performance anxiety and the yips, he began practicing meditation and mindfulness to improve this anxiousness and help him feel his best. Throughout this journey, he realized:
The opportunity for accessible and private wellness resources was not there
Athletes were afraid to open up for the fear of losing playing time
Staff did not know how to help because athletes weren't opening up
Co-Founder & VP of Product
Over 6 years of design experience
Received Masters of Business Administration from Kogod School of Business at American University
Janaya understands the world through her experience as a woman of color. She knows firsthand what it feels like to be marginalized and not have institutional support. Over the years she’s learned:
It is difficult to access reliable and relatable resources
There is a lack of education around what wellness means and how it can be applied to one's life
Students require an innovative approach to wellness
UX/UI, Visual Designer
Graduated in 2019 with honors and received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Passionate about digital design, computer graphics and visual arts since childhood
Former hospital CIO with over 25 years of experience
Managed the healthcare data of more than 50 million Americans
Founder of the Neurodiversity Foundation