Dannie Bell is a first-year at Harvard studying Environmental Science and Engineering. She is a class REP of the Office for Sustainability and a staff writer for the Crimson’s magazine, Fifteen Minutes. She is also a member of the Harvard Active Minds Chapter and focuses on BIPOC mental health support. She enjoys playing soothing songs on her ukulele, and finds her running practice quite grounding. She is also Steve’s cousin.
Kaelyn Huang is a senior scholar at Dublin High School where she finds interest in behavioral sciences and works to end the stigma surrounding mental health. Kaelyn is an insightful and a motivated individual with future aspirations to pursue a career in neurology and act as a voice for individuals in her community. She hopes to not only continue her work as a teenage mental health advocate, but also to discover her own identity through her passions in running marathons and traveling the world.
Jay Wang, M.S. (pronouns: he/him) is currently pursuing a Master of Public Health in Community Health Practice at the University of Texas Health Science Center Houston. He has been involved with The Steve Fund since 2017, starting as a Youth Advisory Board member. Jay desires to continue building a foundation and space for students of color where they may thrive and be their true authentic selves. His current interests lie in LGBTQ+ youth, immigrant and refugee populations, first-generation students, and displaced/homeless youth.
The Steve Fund’s SpeakOnIt Podcast brings students and professionals together to discuss topics related to mental health and the challenges that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color may face during their academic and professional careers.