“Don’t let the label completely define you” – Zane Landin
Please welcome my guest Zane Landin. He is a recent graduate from Cal Poly Pomona with a Bachelor of Science in Communication and Public Relations. He is from Chino, California. He has interned at places like USAID, NASA, and General Motors. Zane is a mental health and disability advocate, queer rights activist, entrepreneur, and positive change maker. He identifies as Hispanic, Queer, and Disabled. He is the founder of PositiveVibes Magazine, which is a digital magazine dedicated to telling authentic stories about mental health, wellness, and inspiration.
He attended the first-ever Mental Health Youth Action Forum in Washington D.C. where he met President Biden, Selena Gomez, Dr. Murthy, and Dr. Biden. Out of hundreds of applications, 30 young advocates across the country were selected to advocate for mental health. He is a passionate storyteller who writes for the Power of Positivity and Entrepreneur about wellness, psychology, and culture. He has been featured on over 30 platforms like Seek the Joy Podcast, Forbes, and Coming from the Heart Podcast.
He is driven by storytelling and how we can leverage powerful stories to create a more inclusive world for all to thrive. We had a very interesting talk about labels, inclusion, and more. In my opinion, a very important topic.
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