Alyssa Goldberg is a MCI and Active Minds 2022 fellow. She is a student at New York University pursuing a joint B.S. in Global Public Health and Applied Psychology with a Minor in American Sign Language and concentration in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies. Alyssa is the President and Founder of NYU’s chapter of Active Minds. She writes about music and mental health for The Lifeline, Sounds of Saving, Washington Square News, and Pleaser Magazine. Her work also appears in Teen Vogue and IDONTMIND, among other publications, and can be found at her website alyssaegoldberg.com. Outside of mental health work, she enjoys live music, creative writing, and hiking.