It isn’t easy to navigate tough growing-up conversations around mental health, reproduction, empathy, and diversity. The struggle certainly lies in the antiquated ways our society has decided to address them. That’s where Maro, an app for this exact problem, comes in.
In episode 08 of Art of the App Podcast, Kenzie Butera Davis shares the importance of using our voices to bring about the change we want to see in the world. We also discuss how you can have important conversations with your own kids about topics like mental health and sex education.
Kenzie Butera Davis and her co-founder, Lilly Mittenthal, launched Maro because they truly believe (and have the research to back it) that preventative education has the power to incite transgenerational impact--decreasing rates of suicide, bullying, rape & sexual assault and more.
Some of the things Kenzie and I discuss:
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