Columbia Business School’s Tamer Fund for Social Ventures recently hosted Supportiv Co-Founder Helena Plater-Zyberk on a panel covering Entrepreneurship in Global Health.

The panel, which included other successful Columbia entrepreneurs like Sylvana Sinha, Usama Javed Mirza, and Jason Kang, featured “social entrepreneurs by sector to highlight the impact of their work and to discuss the challenges and opportunities they have encountered along the way.”

Beginning with their social and cultural impact (which won them a SXSW Pitch Competition award in 2019), Supportiv has become a leader in the movement tackling mental health as a key determinant of physical health, globally.

To ensure global health, we need globally accessible solutions for mental health struggles. Supportiv seeks to provide that solution.