ILEAD participants will be some of the first to see
this documentary in Marion County.
It’s our opening session for ILEAD 2019!
Summit draws local newspaper attention.
Can’t attend ILEAD 2019? Want to build on what you learned at the summit? Join us at our 1st ever ILEAD EXTENDED event in January! More info at this link.
Introducing our Master of Ceremonies: Aiden Tariku
Aiden Tariku is a senior at Oregon State University studying English & Economics.He currently works in Diversity and Cultural Engagement in Masculinities Explorations.
To Aiden, mental health is everything. Having outlets to express himself creatively and surrounding himself with good friends has allowed our MC to grow into the person he is today. He enjoys listening to music, photography, and going outside. Most of all, he enjoys spending time with those who make his life meaningful. To Aiden, breaking the stigma around mental health is important because we all experience tough times and should all feel comfortable confiding in those around us when we need extra support. Breaking the stigma allows folks to find comfort in the idea of seeking care.
Presented by ILEAD Committee Members unless otherwise listed.
Coping with Stress
How Our Lives Intersect
Loss: It's rough. Now what?
Digital World &
"Screenagers: Next Chapter" documentary screening sponsored by Marion County Health & Human Services.
Teen Advocates Panel
Students from McKay and South Salem High Schools speak on their efforts to Break the Stigma.
YouthLine is back to offer this important session.
We are excited to announce IKE Box Café is our official coffee sponsor for 2019. Thanks IKE for waking us up and keeping us fueled November 2nd.