LookUp's mission could not be accomplished without the active involvement of our entire youth community. While our "formerly known as youth" team provides the scaffolding, it is our youth leaders - at all levels- who fuel the engine of our work.   

Team Leadership

Co-Founder and Board Chair

Susan Reynolds

Susan has over 20 years of experience in digital wellbeing, mindfulness and youth leadership, through multiple roles as an educator and director of academic technology, yoga and mindfulness teacher and social entrepreneur.  More..

Executive Director 

Julie Barrett O'Brien

An accomplished leader and trailblazer in the social impact movement, Julie has mobilized people and resources across sectors to advance game-changing programs and campaigns for youth, women, and marginalized communities around the world. More...

Community Engagement Manager

Lexi King-Shaw

Growing up in a family of entrepreneurs, Alexandra has always known that good relationships remain at the heart of any successful organization. She brings her effervescent persona into everything she does and thrives working with a team assembled to pursue a globally positive mission. More...

Finance and Operations Director

Aliisa Gray

Deeply passionate about improving the lives of others, Aliisa brings extensive experience leading administrative, operations and finance efforts for businesses and nonprofit organizations.


Liam Brown

Web Guru, Teen Leadership Council


Liam sophomore at Phillips Exeter Academy - Liam hopes to pursue a career in software development - where he believes tech-life balance is essential. He looks up to solve puzzles and hike!

Nathan Camilo

Business Systems Analyst

A senior at Dartmouth College, Nate is passionate about community organization and the development of minority and underserved communities. An aspiring lawyer, perhaps we'll see his name on a ballot one day!

Rebecca Denny

Digital Marketing, Ambassador, Youth 4 Youth Summit Lead 


Rebecca is a senior at Chapman University studying strategic marketing and communications. She is excited to be part of a social action movement that promotes the importance of digital wellness.

Sam Lageson

Community Engagement and Programs 


A recent graduate of Brandeis University, Sam is passionate about organizational development and learning. He played a critical role in our Youth 4 Youth Summit, and has interned with the Digital Wellness Collective. 

Inspirational Interns

Vanessa Gonzales

Program Analyst


Vanessa is a senior at Chapman University studying communications and journalism. She is passionate about story telling and shining a light on youth mental health and digital overload.

Carolyn Lovvoll

Marketing and Engagement


Carolyn is a graduate of Lehigh University with a degree in Business and Economics. She's determined to help improve youth mental health by stepping back from her device and enjoying simply being human. 

Jacob Posten

Strategic Marketing and Ambassador Council

A senior studying marketing at the University of Texas at Austin, Jacob looks up to listen to all kinds of music and play with his cat. If you're interested in amazing Spotify playlists, follow @JacobPosten.

Katie Santamaria

Content Research and Editorial, Ambassador Council


Katie is studying nonfiction creative writing and psychology at Columbia University. She previously interned at Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global and is an aspiring PhD. Katie looks up to volunteer. 


LookUp.Live's mission to energize youth to find balance between tech and their real lives could not have happened without the pioneering work of Mindhood's co-founders Nancy Hamilton, M.Ed, MBA, and Lauree Eckler, MBA, who with Susan Reynolds, brought a vision to life; and to Kevin Wells - a visionary and entrepreneur beyond description, without whom would not be where it is today. 

Mindhood, a grass roots student led movement at Dartmouth College, was the precursor to and sought to build mindful college communities through digital wellness, mindfulness practices and face to face relationships. Based on the following article, Mindhood Comes to Dartmouth, we'd say it was a success! and are operated by LookUp Incubator, Inc. a registered nonprofit corporation
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