Matt Vogl, MPH
In 2015, Matt Vogl co-founded the National Mental Health Innovation Center (NMHIC). He now serves as Executive Director of NMHIC at the University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Campus, where he leads a team to better treat and prevent mental illness. Previously, Matt was the Deputy Director of the University of Colorado Depression Center. He earned a BA from Marquette University and a Masters of Public Health from the University of Minnesota. Matt was a standup comic for 12 years and is a diehard St. Louis Cardinals baseball fan. He has two sons with his amazing wife.
Throughout his career, Rick has been driven by the power of story and childhood play, both for children and the child in the heart of every adult. Rick spent over 20 years with DreamWorks Animation, most recently as Chief Creative of franchise development, working on such movies as Trolls, How To Train Your Dragon, Shrek and Kung Fu Panda. Winner of Annie and Nickelodeon Kids Choice awards and Toy of the Year, Rick is currently developing film and new-media content for Gen Z kids of today and their millennial parents. Author of One Small Step, a personal story of family recovery from the effects of alcoholism and suicide, Rick resides in Pasadena, CA with his family and their schnoodle dog Winston.