Founder and CEO Jared Fenton is featured on the VU Impact Podcast
September 3, 2021
Listen to this episode "Actively Working Together: Is Mental Health Public Health?" for a panel conversation between experts in public, private, and nonprofit fields about how they can work together to create a more mentally well society.
Jared Fenton of The Reflect Organization: “Please keep self-care in mind”
February 5th, 2021
"While social media, so often, is not a force for good, I believe it can be. For instance, Reflect uses our social media as a force for inspiration and positivity, helping people engage with our core values of authenticity, allyship, self-love, and student empowerment." - Jared Fenton
Strength In Our Voices Releases Guidance for Coping with Anxiety During the Pandemic by Reflect Ambassador, Danielle Moskow, M.A.
October 18th, 2020
First-ever Reflect volunteer and Psychology PhD candidate Danielle Moskow releases updated ideas and resources for managing anxiety in 2020. Read this piece on our partner, Strengh In Our Voice's blog.
Reflect's CEO a Featured Expert in White Paper on Student Wellness From Mary Christie Foundation and Georgetown University
September 9th, 2020
Download the full report, Creating Environments for Flourishing: Using Innovation, Evidence and Community to Support and Improve the Behavioral Health of Students, by clicking the link below.
Reflect's Mental Wellness Resource Guides for the Black Community and LGBTQ+ Community are Featured in the Mary Christie Foundation's MCFeed
July 1st, 2020
The Mary Christie Foundation begins its weekly MCFeed, written for higher education administrators, health care professionals, and policymakers, by sharing Reflect's Mental Wellness Resource Guides for the Black Community and LGBTQ+ Community.
Reflect's COVID-19 Resource and Activity Guide is Featured in the Mary Christie Foundation's MCFeed
April 22nd, 2020
The Mary Christie Foundation begins its weekly MCFeed, written for higher education administrators, health care professionals, and policymakers, by sharing Reflect's COVID-19 Resource and Activity Guide.
Reflect's CEO is Honored and Awarded by Sigma Phi Epsilon for His Work in Mental Wellness
December 20th, 2019
Tyya Turner writes in the SigEp Journal about CEO Jared Fenton being awarded the Honor of Philias in recognition of his special expression of the fraternity’s cardinal principle of brotherly love.
Reflect's Founder is Featured on Dream Big and Co. Podcast
January 18th, 2019
Founder Jared Fenton speaks about his altruistic roots and work in wellness. This episode goes in-depth about Jared's personal story, moments and circumstances that impacted his journey, and the impactful work Reflect has been doing since its founding.
Reflect's Founder Featured on The Loneliness Radio Project About Social Media and Mental Health
November 16th, 2018
Listen to a sound bite from an interview Laura Rosbrow-Telem did with our founder, Jared Fenton, on Episode 2 of The Loneliness Project, a multimedia series examining the effects of loneliness on college students' mental health. The episode, titled "How Does Social Media Impact Young People’s Mental Health?" was produced by WFRI. The Loneliness Radio Project is supported by The Sophie Fund.
The Reflect Organization Strives to Destigmatize Mental
Health Across College Campuses
June 26th, 2018
Reflect's Founder Jared Fenton interviews with Neddy
Grady of My Intriguing Insights about Reflect's founding,
the organization's impact on college campuses, and the
future of college students' mental wellness.
Co-President of Reflect's Chapter at Cornell University Discusses How Reflect Has Made a Difference on Campus
February 14th, 2018
Read a piece written by Reflect at Cornell co-President Madeline Feldman and published by Hillel International. In the article, Madeline details Reflect at Cornell's efforts to support the mental wellness of Cornell students.
Co-President of Reflect's Chapter at Cornell University Writes for Reflect's Partner, The Sophie Fund, about Reflect's Impact on Cornell's Campus
February 4th, 2018
Our partner The Sophie Fund published an article
written by Reflect at Cornell's co-President Jack Burger about Reflect at Cornell's impact on the mental
wellness of Cornell students.
Cornell University's Dyson Business School Publishes an Article about Reflect's Chapter at Cornell
December 15th, 2017
Read this article written by Reflect at Cornell's co-President Jack Burger and published by the Cornell Dyson School of Applied Economics & Management to learn about how Reflect's student leaders at Cornell are transforming the mental health culture on their campus.
Cornell University's Student-run Slope Media Group Covers the Success of Reflect's Chapter at Cornell University
October 11th, 2017
Click below to read a story about Reflect's chapter at Cornell University, written by Amanda Madenberg and published by Slope Media Group. This piece combines the topic of mental wellness with memes... now that's destigmatization!