BIPOC Mentor Fellowship Mentees Announced

We’re excited to announce the inaugural cohort of the AAS’s BIPOC Mentor Fellowship. Five mentors and five mentees will spend the next year exploring issues related to suicide prevention and postvention in BIPOC communities. These 10 amazing people will join us at AAS22 in Chicago to share their experiences and the outcomes of their projects. AAS sees this as an essential step in supporting expert and emerging expert BIPOC suicidologists. The mentor/mentee pairs are: 

  • Donna Barnes and Alicia Newberry. 
  • Sadé Ali and Iden Campbell. 
  • Marlon Rollins and Zachary Thornhill. 
  • Eduardo Vega and Pura Torres. 
  • Sean Joe and Tia Tyndal