Being a college student is hard. You’re juggling lots.

We’re here to offer trusted info & do-able habits to set you up for success.

There’s a mental health epidemic across U.S. campuses likely made worse by covid19.

We’re here to help.

We envision all college students having the chance to find fulfillment in what they do- including under-represented students.

We believe that starts with some basics around food, exercise, sleep, managing stress + forming healthy relationships.

Meet Our Founders

Sonia K. González, DrPH, CEO


Former Healthy CUNY Health-Tech Project Director and Deputy Director of NYC-based non-profit; NIH Predoctoral Fellow. As CEO, Dr. González draws from 20+ years of public health practice running youth and young-adult serving programs.

Amy Kwan,


Design researcher and project director for non-profits and think tanks, 15 years public health practice including community based participatory research with youth and experienced program manager.

Charles Platkin, PhD, JD, MPH


Award-winning health, behavior and nutrition professor, researcher, serial entrepreneur, syndicate columnist, author of 7 nutrition and behavior change books, + Co-Director of Hunter College Center for Health Technology.

Meet Our
Student Ambassadors

Because student voices matter

Tandeep Sawhney

Student Ambassador

I’m a rising junior at Baruch College in New York, New York. I major in communications and double minor in political science and theater. I aim to serve in the public sector as a lawyer. I’m most passionate about social injustice, human rights, and the immigrant community.


Michelle Herrera

Student Ambassador

I’m a rising sophomore at St. Francis College in Brooklyn,NY. I major in Business Management and minor in Political Science.I aim to be a lawyer and work for the United Nations. I love pasta, fashion, cheerleading and traveling.

We understand student stress impacts everyone & that can lead to:

Increased faculty, advisor, health staff burnout & turnover

Poor academic performance that’s often worse for under-represented students

–  more often those who take a break

won’t return

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