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A Global Effort to Better BIPOC Student Mental Health Care.

MindVersity strives to bridge the gaps between access to mental health resources and students of color on college campuses nationwide.

Mental Health For All

MindVersity strives to bridge the gaps between access to mental health resources and students of color on college campuses nationwide. We aim to do this by creating peer support networks across campuses, reducing cultural stigma through education, and generating a platform where resources are readily made accessible.

MindVersity is a place for students of color to get easire access to mental health resources.
"People of color...feel the stigma [of mental health] more keenly. In a race-conscious society, some don't want to be perceived as having yet another deficit." -Bebe Moore
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Aparna NanduruAparna Nanduru
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Gopika

Co-Director of Peer Networking

Hey everyone! I’m Gopika, and I’m a sophomore at the University of Pittsburgh. I’m one of the co-founders of Mindversity and one of the Peer-networking Directors. I’m majoring in Neuroscience and Psychology, and I’m currently working at the Seal Neuroscience lab at Pitt. I wish to enter the field of pediatric neurology in the future. As for my hobbies, music is a big part of my life so I try to incorporate it into my work and schedule, whether it’s listening to music, singing, or dancing! I like to spend much of my time outside biking through new trails or learning how to mix music. A fun fact about me is that I went rappelling and parasailing for the first time last summer, and I want to go skydiving one day :) What I love about MindVersity is that we attempt to be a safe-space that won’t hold you back to talk about your problems, fears, and experiences surrounding mental health, especially tailored to students of color. Personally, I’ve received too many one-size-fits all paths as advice regarding mental health, and I don’t often get opportunities to talk about mental health rooted around my culture and family. MindVersity explores this diversity in mental health experiences and resources through all our different voices, and this is my favorite part of Mindversity! Instagram: go_pikachu00

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