Dailyn Santana is a first generation Cuban American actress, key-note speaker, spoken word artist, and mental health advocate originally from Elizabeth, New Jersey. She is dedicated to facing stigma head-on and unapologetically. Her work focuses on self-stigma, her personal experience with living with Bipolar Disorder, eradicating stigma in today's society, and how children, teens, and adults can optimize their mental health. Dailyn creates community within the space of mental health for everyone, including those who are still afraid to come out of their mental health closet. Her mission is to be a living example that those living with a mental illness CAN live a happy, fulfilling life just like everyone else and to find the countless ways of doing so with her audience. She educates and entertains with her raw poetry. Her work has been featured on the Dr. Oz show, Swaay Magazine, I and I Outfitters, Spiritu, Nuyorican Poets Cafe, and has collaborated with Mitú, the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention, and the National Alliance of Mental Illness.
Speaker/Spoken Word Artist
National Alliance Of Mental Illness