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Student Advisory Board

Joining The Student Advisory Board (SAB) empowers you to become a student ambassador for the glowmedia project. You will report on the current mental health resources available in your school and community in addition to giving input that will inform glow films, partnerships, and projects. 

Use your voice to make a difference

Be a part of the mental health conversation in a real way and truly live your values. Students from middle school to college age are all welcome.


Script selection
Review script submissions, make suggestions, and have a final say in the selection process.


Curriculum input
Suggest curriculum options and provide feedback on proposed curriculum from leadership.


Production design
Offer suggestions for tone and create mood boards for both set and character design.

Why join the Student Advisory Board?

Be a change-maker

Your ideas will be directly incorporated into our films, helping support the emotional well-being of all students within your community. 

Gain real-life experience in the field

Not only will you get access to endless mental health resources, but you also get the unique opportunity to learn how a non-profit works in a hands-on way. 

Grow as a leader in your community

You get to represent the glow media project to your community, highlighting your leadership, commitment, and passion for mental health. 

Collaborate with like-minded peers

Work directly with other students like you seeking to better their communities' resources and make a meaningful impact in the field of mental health. 

Join the SAB today

Are you willing to commit 5-10 hours/semester to committee duties?

Thank you for your request! We will get back to you soon.

Meet the board members

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Brianna Reed
College Student - Los Angeles, CA

"When I was 12, I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety, which I later learned were symptoms of my bipolar disorder. I felt alone and misunderstood. So at 15, I created an overnight conference that connected teen girls with mental health resources to help them feel more understood and less alone. Now, through the glowmedia project, I hope to continue to make mental health education and resources more accessible."

Nina Riley
College Student - Chicago, IL

"As someone who has struggled with my mental health, and seen many friends go through the same thing, I’ve always wanted to find a way to help that didn’t feel like I was talking at people. The best way I know how to do this is through storytelling!"

Jadon Sand
College Student - Stevenson Ranch, CA

"As someone who struggled with mental health in high school, I didn’t know how to verbalize what I was feeling or that there were others out there who felt like me. With Glowmedia, it’s my hope to raise awareness so anybody who’s struggling knows how to ask for help."

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Grazia Hottenrott
College Student - New York City, NY

"I am honored to be part of Glowmedia, where we produce amazing resources for young people who may be struggling with mental health issues and don’t know where to turn."

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