Global Hope Challenge Date Change


Hi all! We are so excited about all the entries, and want to apologize for those that have had issues with the technology. We just want to clarify a few things for the challenge:

  • You can post a video or a text entry. If you do a video, you need to upload to one of your platforms and provide a link to the video on your entry. You don’t upload your video to the HeroX platform itself.
  • HeroX affirms it works on mobile, but if you are having issues you may want to try another browser?  Hopefully that fixes it. If you have issues, feel free to notify us so we can continue reporting.

Because of the issues reported, we’ve extended the entry period to January 15th, and reduced the voting period from January 16 to January 31st. We have great news as well – the Global Mental Health Movement has agreed to let us showcase the winner during the meeting, where leaders in mental health around the world are going to hear your message! So exciting!!

And if you can, please encourage those in other countries to join. We would LOVE to get all 195 countries represented. Check out the map here to see if you know someone in a country not represented? We definitely have a few to go…

Thanks so much, and can’t wait to see and share your entry!

#OneThing #Hope

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Ps. Don’t’ know what we are even talking about? Check out the press release on the Global Hope Challenge to learn more.

Kathryn Goetzke, MBA


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About Kathryn

Kathryn Goetzke has over 30 years of experience in marketing, branding, and strategy. She was recently appointed to be a representative at the United Nations for the World Federation for Mental Health. Kathryn is the Founder of iFred, the International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression, through which she created Hopeful Minds and Hopeful Cities, two programs dedicated to sharing the “how-to” of hope with children, parents, and communities globally. Kathryn presented at Harvard University, the World Bank, the United Nations, and the Never Alone Summit. Hopeful Minds was featured in a documentary by the BBC, and her products and projects have been featured in global media.

Kathryn is a Partner at Innovative Analysis, LLC, where she consults businesses on activating hope in the workplace, and created a college program Hopeful Mindsets, a marketing strategy and course for college students to activate hope on campus. She is the author of the Biggest Little Book About Hope and host of The Hope Matrix Podcast. In her role as Chief Mood Officer at The Mood Factory, she created the first nationwide cause marketing campaign for mental health through her brand Mood-lites, which achieved over 35M in retail sales. Ms. Goetzke serves on advisory boards for FundaMentalSDG, Y Mental Health, Women’s Brain Project, and the Global Mental Health Movement.

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