Every 40 seconds, someone dies by suicide. One in four individuals experiences mental ill-health. Natasha believes mental health and wellbeing is a human right, so she has joined a community of like-minded leaders to spark a mental health revolution with a mission to ensure that prevention, support, and treatment are readily available to all.
Natasha was the first individual funder of the first-ever global mental health movement called United for Global Mental Health. Recently launched at the United Nations during the United Nations General Assembly Meeting, this historic initiative has already secured the support of Lady Gaga, Melinda Gates, the United Nations, The World Health Organization, Comic Relief, and more than 80 charities in more than 20 countries.
Natasha is also involved in innovative pilot programs that provide direct services, such as the Footage Foundation, which provides mental health programmatic solutions for refugee women and women at risk in general. Natasha speaks to audiences all over the world, telling her story and inspiring countless people to join the mental health revolution.
As part of the Speak Your Mind campaign, the Museum of Lost and Found Potential launched on World Mental Health Day 2019, together with its global partners including HSBC, Comic Relief and Wellcome Trust. The Museum is a visual representation of the importance of investing more globally in mental health. For further information please visit here.
»I have gotten to know Natasha at a conference in Liechtenstein where she has impressed me. Not just because she has the critical and creative mind that I expect from the movers and shakers of the next generation who should question where the older generation is failing, but also because she is following on her convictions with the persistence and entrepreneurial spirit that will hopefully allow her to have a lot of impact over time. I wish Natasha all the best on her way and look forward to a good cooperation with her.«
H.S.H. Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein
»The awareness to grow one’s resources by solving the world’s most pressing problems is a tool used by too few. I’m proud to see Natasha Müller direct her assets towards a mentally and environmentally healthier place for all poeple. This is not a common path, but a noble one and she deserves our support and respect. She unequivocally has mine.«
Ibrahim Alhusseini, Founder and CEO OF full Cycle
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