More About Promly and Our Why

Julia Szynal


March 29, 2021

If you are here right now reading this article I hope that you are familiar with our mission here at Promly, but if you are not I encourage you to explore our website and learn more! In short, Promly is a company aimed at saving lives by creating a safer social media platform that integrates 24/7 mental health resources for its users. Gen Z, our target audience, deserves better and we hope to be the platform that gives them a space to make genuine connections safely. More about our why and especially why now, can be found in our featured article by Elizabeth Smith ” The Promly App Helps Teens Connect & Feel Less Isolated.” Within the article you will see excerpts from an interview conducted by Smith with Promly founder Jen Libby. Additionally, you will hear from Promly Interns Julia Vallario and Chrissy DiBrigida. The link to Smith’s article is attached below, and due to privacy reasons we are unable to post the article in full within this article. We appreciate Smith using her platform to support Promly which we truly believe can and will save lives! The Promly App is anticipating its launch before the end of 2021. Make sure to check out Smith’s other interviews and essays with and about equally as important stories and companies!

Click here to read Smith’s article, learn more about Promly and hear from members of the Promly team!

The views, opinions, and stories expressed in Promly Garden articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position or policy of Promlyapp.com. We aim to give Gen Z a voice and welcome articles and opinions from Gen Z contributors who want their voice to be heard. Please send any articles, poetry, or artwork you’d like to see published on the Promly Garden to heypromly@promly.org.

With immense gratitude, the Promly Team.

Julia Szynal

Julia is a junior at Boston College, majoring in Applied Psychology and Human Development with a concentration in Special Education and two minors: Restorative and Transformational Justice and Cybersecurity. She is from Summit, NJ, and in her free time, loves to watch movies, go to SoulCycle, and play lacrosse.