Through her own struggles of depression, suicidal ideation, sexual assault as a child, loss of her father at age 14, recent loss of her mother and recent stroke of her brother, Nina Magpili-Smith, the founder and president of Intangibles Inc., knows what it’s like to live in emotional pain and how it affects one’s functioning in life. After witnessing other people close her go through similar struggles, she recognized the fragility of life, the importance of mental health, and the value of being there for other people amid the turbulent environment we live in today. After successfully facing her past struggles, completing her Ph.D. and deciding to help others going through the same plight while still partaking in the process of growth, she started Intangibles Inc. as a platform to promote the intangible aspects of life that often can be ignored or forgotten in today’s fast-paced and busy lifestyle. Specifically, she intends to increase awareness and reduce stigma about mental health, encourage mental health help seeking and reduce social isolation to help alleviate depression and suicide. Data show that 1 in 5 adults in U.S. have a mental health condition and approximately one million people die due to suicide every year worldwide. Furthermore, suicide is the second leading cause of death in 15-19 year olds in the U.S. In addition, her experiences of postcolonialism that has affected her mental well-being as a minority, validated by several research studies, also inspired her to lead workshops to empower the youth and adults alike going through the same struggles. As an individual who continues to face and overcome struggles, she also wishes to cultivate resilience in others while targeting the systemic aspects surrounding it. Recognizing the common humanity in all cultures and considering herself as a global ambassador and citizen, she also plans to implement intercultural dialogue and restorative practices to achieve her vision of a world where all cultures live in harmony and peace. Please join her in her quest to enliven the intangible part of living and make the world a better place for the next generation.