Inspirational College Student who Founded Support Network on Campus for her Peers

National Students of AMF: Kelly Interview from Rob Ranney on Vimeo.

Kelly is the founding president of the Central Michigan chapter of Students of AMF. Campus Chapters are student-led, faculty/staff-advised, and university-recognized student organizations that consist of a peer-led grief support group, a service group open to the entire campus community, and a mentoring program that connects grieving students with supportive faculty. Click here to learn more about what they do and how you can be a part of one…

National Students of AMF (supporting one another and Actively Moving Forward) is a nonprofit organization that connects and empowers college students grieving the illness or death of a loved one to support one another. The organization accomplishes its mission by creating Students of AMF Campus Chapters on college campuses nationwide, raising awareness about the needs of grieving college students, including through the annual National College Student Grief Awareness Week, and hosting national grief support programs, such as the “We Get It” Supportive Blog, and events, such as the National Conference on College Student Grief.

About the Author
David is the co-Founder and Board Chair of the National Students of AMF Support Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting college students grieving the illness or death of a loved one. David attended Georgetown University for undergrad, Oxford University for an MPH, and the University of Pennsylvania for medical school (currently a 4th year med student).
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