Future 4 Teens
Dr. Brandi Pritchett-Johnson is the founder and executive director of Future 4 Teens (F4T), a nonprofit with a commitment to change-the-game for mental health with a model that integrates educational, social and mental health services.
F4T is finishing a documentary meant to highlight the value of culturally responsive mental health access. It will be released in spring 2021.
Pritchett-Johnson has worked with the American Psychological Association and The Association of Black Psychologists. She served as a guest lecturer for the Aurora Girls School in Soweto, South Africa, and has been recognized by the University of Michigan as an Emerging Diversity Scholar. She is an expert guest on BAM! Radio, is a featured guest author for BlackDoctor.org and is an editorial board member for the journal The Counseling Psychologist.
Statement of Relationship
YWCA SBDC is collaborative partner of the American Heart Association’s EmPOWERED to Serve.