NFL wide receiver, Brandon Marshall is one of the most influential figures in the mental health community. After being diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder in 2010, he co-founded The Brandon Marshall Foundation to help promote awareness of mental health, end the stigma, and raise funding for treatment.
Carissa Johnson is the Director of Operations at Project 375. She attended the University of Central Florida, where she gained a Bachelors in Psychology and Master’s Degree in Non-Profit Management. She has been in a managing role for the past 8 years, and have commandeered numerous small and large scale successes for various firms in an operational and financial measure.
Michi Marshall is a founder of the Brandon Marshall Foundation with a passion for Mental Health. Michi is certified in Behavioral Forensics and Behavioral Profiling and also holds a B.A in Psychology and a B.S in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida. After graduation Michi worked at Lakeside Behavioral Healthcare as a Mental Health Technician, Behavioral Forensics Specialist and as an Assessment Specialist.
As CEO of The Brandon Marshall Foundation, Louie Correa is responsible for growing resources to fulfill the philanthropic goals of the organization. With over 12 years of nonprofit management experience, he’s been published in multiple journals and has earned the distinction of Certified Association Executive.