We're excited to launch an updated set of vision and mission statements that position HackMentalHealth as beyond just a community-building organization, but also as an active supporter and a responsible shaper of the mental health tech space.
On the evening of June 19th, more than sixty people took an elevator eleven flights above the commotion of high-rise construction and corporate headquarters formally recognized as the Financial District of San Francisco to hear four very important women discuss an ostensibly complex topic: digital mental health.
Last week, HackMentalHealth organized a panel discussion for aspiring and early-stage mental health tech founders. We’ve summarized the top takeaways for you below.
This leadership change comes at a very exciting time for HMH. As our organization continues to mature, we have many lessons to take with us, and bringing Anne onboard to co-lead is an integral next step for the organization as we expand and mature our initiatives.