Aria Rani Sindledecker is a 9th grader at Mountain View High School. She is an advocate and activist for mental health. She is the President of a high school club chapter of Bring Change to Mind. She has spoken at UCSF’s Psychiatry Pritzker building opening, the Krause Center of Innovation, on a panel for UCSF and the Commonwealth Club, at the California Council of Community Behavioral Health Agencies and more. She has also become a Youth Consultant for the Stanford Center for Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing for an adolescent mental health curriculum, and a consultant for the Children's Partnership’s $10 million peer-to-peer rollout. She is also a documentarian, having created two award-winning short films that spotlight issues surrounding mental health. She is on the Youth Advisory Board of the California Coalition for Youth and the California Children’s Trust. She is a member of the Teen Advisory Council at CHAC and a Junior Intern for the UCSF Department of Psychiatry. Her goal is to be a doctor someday to help change and save lives.
I use the power of speech to advocate for all adolescents and children.
Aria Rani Sindledecker Speaks at Bring Change to Mind Scientific Advisory Council Dialogue
Aria Rani Sindledecker Speaks at UCSF Pritzker Building Opening
I use the power of film to highlight issues and challenges that need to be addressed to improve life for all people.