About the author

Elyse Fox is a filmmaker, tastemaker and mental health activist splitting her time between New York City and London. Elyse is the founder of Sad Girls Club, the first non-profit, millennial-led, mental health organization. Today Sad Girls Club has members in 6 continents and over 40 countries. Elyse continues to spread awareness through curriculum consulting, journalism, speaking engagements and more.

Fox has written for Elite Daily, VogueBustleWomen’s Health, and Refinery29 on a range of topics including intersectionality within wellness to building community through tragedy. This year Fox has presented at Harvard University, Yale University and USC. Fox is also the Editor-In-Chief of ‘Take Care’ a mental health column with Vice and Broadly launching this winter.

In addition to her literary work, Fox uses her voice to consult with companies about spreading awareness and providing a voice for marginalised communities. Elyse has collaborated with Olay Beauty, Monki, Timberland, ASOS and Nike to name a few.

Photo credit: Jocko Graves.