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April 7, 2022

51: Mental Health Matters and Care Escalation, A Conversation with Dr. Katherine Grill, CEO and Co-Founder Neolth

51: Mental Health Matters and Care Escalation, A Conversation with Dr. Katherine Grill, CEO and Co-Founder Neolth

Overview

In episode 51, I got to chat with an extraordinary human, Dr. Katherine Grill. Katherine is the CEO and Co-Found of the personalized mental health platform, Neolth, which helps support teens through self-guided access to resources. Life has been challenging these last few years in the pandemic and there has been no exception in these challenges for young people. In this episode, Katherine discusses her passion for supporting others, especially in education. How do you check in with your students? What do you know about SEL learning? Grab those headphones now and learn all about these things and more!

More about Dr. Katherine Grill

Dr. Katherine Grill received a BS in Art Therapy from Springfield College in 2013. She went on to complete an MA in Psychology from American University in 2016 and a Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience from American University (BCaN Program) in 2017.  While completing her PhD, she worked at Children’s National pediatric hospital conducting NIH behavioral health research. She was also the co-founder of a community health program for young adults called Mindful Millennials. In 2017, Dr. Grill moved to the San Francisco Bay Area to learn about using technology to increase access to mental health care. In 2018 she founded Neolth Inc., a technology company that provides on-demand, personalized mental health support to students through a self-guided platform.

As the Co-founder and CEO of Neolth, Dr. Grill has won numerous awards including being selected for Forbes 30 Under 30 in the 2022 education category; the 2021 Lyfebulb-Loyola University Chicago Public Health Innovation Challenge Grand Prize Winner; 2021 Timmy Finalist for Best Tech for Good in San Francisco; 2020 Startup of the Year EdTech award; Top 100 Startup in 2020 by SOTY; Top 100 company in 2020 by Pepperdine University; winner of the 2019 SoGal San Francisco Regional Pitch Competition and the 2020 SoGal Global Finals Pitch Competition, the largest pitch competition for female founders in the world. She led her company to receive venture backing, from notable investors like Techstars, Headstream, and Telosity. She’s been featured in numerous articles for her work with Neolth, including Forbes alongside the founders of Bumble and Zyper in 2021 as a leading female founder and was honored with a display on the Nasdaq Tower in Times Square in 2020.

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Dr. Katherine Grill

CEO & Co-founder

Dr. Katherine Grill received a BS in Art Therapy from Springfield College in 2013. She went on to complete an MA in Psychology from American University in 2016 and a PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience from American University (BCaN Program) in 2017. While completing her PhD, she worked at Children’s National pediatric hospital conducting NIH behavioral health research. She was also the co-founder of a community health program for young adults called Mindful Millennials. In 2017, Dr. Grill moved to the San Francisco Bay Area to learn about using technology to increase access to mental health care. In 2018 she founded Neolth Inc., a technology company that provides on-demand, personalized mental health support to students through a self-guided platform.

As the Co-founder and CEO of Neolth, Dr. Grill has won numerous awards including being selected for Forbes 30 Under 30 in the 2022 education category; the 2021 Lyfebulb-Loyola University Chicago Public Health Innovation Challenge Grand Prize Winner; 2021 Timmy Finalist for Best Tech for Good in San Francisco; 2020 Startup of the Year EdTech award; Top 100 Startup in 2020 by SOTY; Top 100 company in 2020 by Pepperdine University; winner of the 2019 SoGal San Francisco Regional Pitch Competition and the 2020 SoGal Global Finals Pitch Competition, the largest pitch competition for female founders in the world. She led her company to receive venture backing, with notable investors like Techstars, Headstream and Telosity. She’s been featured in numerous articles for her work with Neolth, including Forbes alongside the founders of Bumble and Zyper in 2021 as a leading female founder and was honored with a display on the Nasdaq Tower in Times Square in 2020.