Tech and Teen Mental Health

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Google Community Space

188 The Embarcadero · San Francisco, CA

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Enter at 177 Steuart Street, San Francisco, CA

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Join us at the Google Community Space on the evening of April 29th where we'll learn how social media and online engagement can be tools for good.

Social media, gaming, and other online engagement are deeply intertwined with the lives of today’s teenagers, and this presents both tremendous opportunities and significant dangers. How can quickly-evolving technology be harnessed to improve the mental and emotional health of teens, and what are the best practices for creating safe online spaces? A panel of experts from the nonprofit and tech sectors will share their insights and experiences, discussing new models that engage teens while facing the challenges of the modern digital landscape.

- Sheoran Bhupendra, Executive Director, YTH (Youth+Tech+Health)
- Ashanti Branch, Founder & Executive Director, Ever Forward Club
- Valerie Grison-Alsop, Founder and Executive Director, Give Us The Floor
- Sheri Sobrato, Founder, Digging Deep Project

Event Timeline:
- 6 pm - doors open, grab something to eat and drink, grab a seat, network, and get comfortable
- 6:30 pm - Welcome and panel intro
- 6:35 pm - Panel and Q&A
- 7:35 pm - Overflow time and more networking
- 8:00 pm - You don't need to go home, but you can't stay here

This event is produced by Regina Walton in association with Social Impact Designs.

Banner Photo: Airmen from legal lead teens in quiz game - Photo courtesy of Airmen 1st Class Shawna L. Keyes, 4th Fighter Wing Public Affairs / Published May 21, 2018

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