TAM Advisory Board

Nusheen Ameenuddin
TAM Advisory Board
Nusheen Ameenuddin is a pediatrician at the Mayo Clinic and Chair of the Council on Communications and Media for the American Academy of Pediatrics. She is also an assistant professor at the Mayo Clinic Children’s Center, and completed the fellowship in minority health policy at Harvard Medical School. Nusheen is passionate about child advocacy, parent education, and promoting public health. She is also a self-proclaimed "tweetiatrician," and uses social media to raise awareness on the sociopolitical context of healthcare.
Amanda Lenhart
TAM Advisory Board
Amanda Lenhart studies how technology affects human lives, with a special focus on families and children. A quantitative and qualitative researcher, Amanda is the Health + Data Research Lead at the Data & Society Research Institute. Over decades, she has examined how adolescents and their families use and think about technology, how young adults consume news, how harassment has thrived in online spaces, and how automation will impact workers.
David Ryan Polgar
TAM Advisory Board
David Ryan Polgar is a leading voice in the areas of tech ethics, digital citizenship, and what it means to be human in the digital age. David is a global speaker, a regular media commentator for national & international press, and a frequent advisor & consultant on building a better tech future. He is the co-host/co-creator of Funny as Tech, a NYCbased podcast & occasional live show that deals with our messy relationship with technology, and is the founder of All Tech Is Human, an accelerator for tech consideration & hub for the Responsible Tech movement.
Amanda Lipp
TAM Advisory Board
Amanda Lipp is a social entrepreneur, documentary filmmaker, consultant, and speaker. Amanda has produced over 60 short documentaries about mental health and social impact - covering topics such as youth psychosis, schizophrenia, art therapy, cyberbullying prevention, and housing relief from wildfires. A passionate advocate, she has given over 150 speeches around the U.S. since age 18 sharing her journey navigating the mental health system during college to working in the field. Beyond ground-level storytelling, Amanda is committed to systemic change. She currently serves as a member of the Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Committee (ISMICC) created by Congress to advise on federal mental health policy.