imi – Hopelab’s New, Digital Safe Space Supporting LGBTQ+ Teen Mental Health

Fred Dillon, Head of Advisory Services at Hopelab discusses the launch of imi – a new free, digital, mental health tool designed to support and help LGBTQ+ teens explore and affirm their identity and learn practical ways to cope with sexual and gender minority stress.

As Head of Advisory Services, Fred Dillon scopes and leads advising engagements that lend Hopelab’s expertise in research, design, and co-creation to our portfolio companies and organizations. Fred has more than 20 years of public policy, communications, and product development experience. Prior to joining Hopelab, he worked for over a decade at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, ultimately serving as the Director for Public Policy and Communications, where he led the agency’s advocacy efforts for people living with HIV/AIDS and those at risk for HIV infection. Fred is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, where he studied Social Welfare and Public Policy.

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