Emily Chen (she/her) is an ADHD and mental health advocate, educator, and classical singer and pianist. She is a second-generation Taiwanese American who grew up in Greater Boston and is a graduate of DePauw University.
Emily is the creator of DisOrient, an educational YouTube video series on Asian American mental health, neurodiversity, and representation, which you can check out through her website: https://www.emilychenstudio.com/disorient
Emily also writes and edits posts on Chinese American mental health for Project Harmonious at UMass Medical School and volunteers for the Boston-based Asian Women for Health and their Asian American Mental Health Forum. In between these many endeavors, Emily enjoys writing poetry and songs, looking at trees on walks, and laughing loudly.
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