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Ivy Watts

Ivy Watts, a former NCAA Woman of the Year Nominee and Division II All-American track athlete, who appeared to have it all together struggled daily with her mental health, in silence. After finally seeking help, Ivy is now dedicated to promoting mental wellness and reducing mental health stigma by sharing her story through public speaking and her blog, Beautifully Simply You. Ivy, who is Certified in Mental Health First Aid and has her Masters in Public Health, empowers others to speak their truths, know that they are not alone, learn the beauty of self-love and find the strength to keep fighting for their tomorrows.

Ivy Watts, a former NCAA Woman of the Year Nominee and Division II All-American track athlete, who appeared to have it all together struggled daily with her mental health, in silence. After finally seeking help, Ivy is now dedicated to promoting mental wellness and reducing mental health stigma by sharing her story through public speaking and her blog, Beautifully Simply You. Ivy, who is Certified in Mental Health First Aid and has her Masters in Public Health, empowers others to speak their truths, know that they are not alone, learn the beauty of self-love and find the strength to keep fighting for their tomorrows.

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Ivy Watts Reviews

Kirsten Ford, Associate Commissioner, Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC)

Review: Ivy met and exceeded our expectations for how her webinars would go with both athletics administrators/ coaches and student-athletes. We only received positive feedback from both groups. Ivy tells her story in a vulnerable and honest way that is also uplifting. She helps people feel like they're not alone and also provides them with the tools to get help and better support their mental well-being. I could not recommend Ivy more for mental health programming.

Kevin Sims, Director of Community Engagement, Pancreatic Cancer Action Network

Review: Ivy really hit a nerve with our PanCAN team. In fact she hit a couple of nerves. The kind of nerves that make you laugh. That make you think. That make you grow. In speaking with our Community Engagement team, it's as if Ivy was "one of us." She did her homework, knew what we needed to hear, and then presented it in a comfortable setting. Ivy's message of self-care, resilience and forgiveness couldn't have come at a better time. She captivated our team for an hour and provided much needed resources. This might have been the best hour we've had in all of 2020.

Cameron Tooley, Student-Athlete, Women's Basketball, Le Moyne College

Review: Your story and what you have to say is so powerful and so inspiring. With the help of people like you, the stigma towards mental health will continue to change for the better. Thank you for continuing to inspire people like myself, for advocating that it is okay for people to have these feelings, and that it is more than okay to reach out for help. You completely inspire me, and you are such an amazing person. Thank you for all that you do.

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