On Our Sleeves is a national movement to break stigmas around children’s mental health. No family should struggle alone on their journey. Their mission is to provide free mental health educational resources to every community in America to educate families and empower advocates. They also support access to services by connecting families to trusted local resources.

Today we have Marti Bledsoe Post, executive director of On Our Sleeves and Dr. Ariana Hoet, who is the clinical director of On Our Sleeves and a psychologist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. 

In Marti’s role with the On Our Sleeves movement, she leads strategy and operations. Marti was the founder of a’parently, a consultancy offering programs and resources to support parents in the workplace. The company grew under her vision and leadership to work with corporations across the country, providing training for parents and leaders. Marti is a published author and sought-after national speaker on parents in the workforce.

Dr. Hoet cares deeply about working toward inclusion and equity in our society. Her personal experience as an immigrant from Venezuela, has helped to fuel that passion. Dr. Hoet works in Pediatric Primary Care where she serves immigrant children. She is also a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Pediatric Psychology and Neuropsychology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and The Ohio State University.

Thank you both for being here and welcome!

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