Jamie dreams of a world where everyone grows up happy about who they are and has compassion for those around them. What sets her apart is her determination to make that dream come true. With a doctorate in clinical psychology under her belt, Jamie is at the helm of start-up The Brightly Project, formerly Lulio (co-founded with Mark Altosaar), a company that harnesses the power of technology to help troubled teens, detect adolescent depression, and prevent bullying and suicide. By taking a teen’s favourite pastime of mobile games, but designing them specifically to help improve emotional awareness, build resiliency and foster compassion, Jamie has forged a new world of support and education for those who really need it. Worthy stuff, indeed.
Secret to Success: Using innovation and tech to get straight to the heart of a very serious problem.
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