Community impacts our story
Connection is crucial to ending our mental health crisis.
Connie Jakab drives her passion outward, into the arms of those wanting something more radical and meaningful in life. As an active speaker and member of the community, Connie works with organizations out to make real a difference in the world.
For the past 20 years, Connie has been working to make a difference in resilience and working to change the game in mental health for the past 10 years.
Connie continues to remain active in the community, founding organizations such as Movement with a Message and National Hope Talks, and spearheading the conversation in the of Mental Health.
Long may her cultural rebellion last!
Culture Rebel Podcast
Why Culture Rebel? Because the World Has Enough Desperate Housewives.
Connie Jakab is a force to be reckoned with and her new podcast is no different.
She will settle for nothing less than wholesale change – both in the way women view themselves, as well as the way society suppresses their life-transforming capacities.
Brave Parents Institute
We all have those parenting moments.
The moments where everyone ends up in tears. Where you are afraid to tell anyone because of the judgement you know will follow.
You are not alone. We are in this together.
The Brave Parents Institute is about breaking down the walls of guilt and shame in parenting and building up a community of support and strategy. Come together with fellow Brave Parents to share the wins, the losses and the learning that comes from raising children.
The Brave Parents Institute is a monthly membership program of community guidance from parents and professionals who are in the trenches with you.
National Hope Talks is a non-profit that is about bringing hope to the mental health crisis we are facing as a society. Through school assemblies and youth leadership track, workplace wellness initiatives, connection events, and our yearly conference with Bell Let’s Talk, National Hope Talks is moving people from just “hoping” things will get better regarding mental health, and leaving people with hope in the form of a plan for change.