Jamal is from Saginaw, Michigan and studied Spanish and Economics at Albion College.He is currently a post-bachelor fellow at the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation and was previously an intern in the Global Mental Health Program, where he researched pediatric epilepsy in Cameroon. Jamal is particularly interested in the economic impact of mental health and how technology is changing conversations around anxiety and depression.
Gabrielle Williams is a Master of Public Health candidate at The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. She is currently studying Health Policy, with plans of completing an additional certificate in Health Administration. Gabrielle earned her BA in Sociology with a focus on race and ethnic relations from Georgia State University. After graduating, she interned with Columbia University’s Global Mental Health program which sparked her research interest in mental health policy and the criminalization of mental health disorders.