Claire Bradley | NAMI

Claire Bradley

Meet Claire Bradley (she/her), a 22-year-old mental health and inclusion advocate from Illinois. She is earning her Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies with a certificate in Disability Rights and Services from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. With experiences as a Crisis Intervention Team intern at NAMI Wisconsin, a research associate with the Healthy Brain and Child Development Study, a summer camp counselor, and a hotline volunteer at the Dane County Rape Crisis Center, Claire is promoting change by evaluating how one’s intersectional identity can impact access to mental health resources. Her journey to promote mental health advocacy and inclusion stems from a commitment to fostering dialogue and dismantling mental health stigma. Wanting to promote mental health advocacy and inclusion, she is particularly passionate about increasing awareness and support for children and LGBTQ+ people who struggle with their mental health In her free time, she enjoys dancing, spending time in nature, and playing the guitar.

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