Nandini Nema (she/her) is a gap year student who is making an impact in mental health and she is an Unapologetically Black Unicorn. Nandini shares the work she’s done as a youth representative with UNICEF by helping build child friendly cities. They talk about how mindfulness is a process, working in tech as a Google summer scholar, what they would do to encourage people to get into the field of mental health and they share some of their healthy coping mechanisms.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is now: 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

For more information visit:

Child friendly city initiative: https://childfriendlycities.org/

Boulder, Colorado’s child friendly initiative: https://www.growingupboulder.org/

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Originally published as “Mindfuling” with Nandini Nema at Unapologetically Black Unicorns

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