About The Founder

Gia has always been intrigued by how the mind works, especially the mind of adolescents. She is working on her first self-help book and hopes to finish it within the next year. Gia's writing has been recognized by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards as the "Best Teen Writing in 2020", and her work has been published in an online magazine. Aside from writing, Gia has been playing the violin for nine years and enjoys dancing. Through this site, Gia hopes to build a community of teenagers whose voices need to be heard.


Esther Park

Executive Director/Podcast Founder

Sarah Masih


Sarah Masih lives in California. She loves reading and writing, as well as challenges. She believes that her strong will and determination gets her through her obstacles. Sarah is interested in the sciences and hopes to study human behavior in the future.

Nikita Mullangi


Nikita has been trying to keep up with the waves of life, all while being inspired by them. In her free time, she loves dancing, blogging, and trying to understand the brain and human behavior. She hopes she can use writing as a way to educate others. She wants to help people understand how to get over these waves of life with humor and relativity.

While Esther is most likely currently sleep-deprived, she is also trying hard to balance out her priorities. Her hobbies include painting and listening to motivational podcasts, but she also loves to read dystopian novels. Even though Esther has no idea what she is doing, she hopes that her contributions to this blog can help make a positive difference in someone.

Eric Yao

Science Columnist

Eric Yao lives in New Jersey and is interested in the science behind the mind. He believes that discussing the intricacies of mental health will help influence others in a positive way. Eric hopes that his words will help others understand why others are affected by mental disorders. He aims to study biology in the future.

Janice Chung

Marketing Director

Sarah Lee

Art Director

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