Su Fen Lubitz is a senior at The College of New Jersey, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Public Health and Sociology. She gained an interest in mental health, especially suicide prevention when she joined CONTACT of Mercer County in 2012. There, she is on the other line of crisis hotlines as well as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. She has over 220 service hours to date. Throughout her time at TCNJ, she has enjoyed doing as many projects and presentations on mental health as she possibly can. Su Fen also enjoys programming for the campus community and participating in any event that promotes the conversation about good mental health, encouraging others to participate as well.
“When Shauna Moses first told me about AIR, I got so excited because I have always been looking to become a part of an organization that directly speaks to youth about mental health. I love AIR’s mission and think it is so crucial to start the conversation about mental health at a young age so it becomes more normalized. With each event, I think we are coming one step closer to eliminating the terrible stigma that surrounds mental health, especially suicide!”