Kristina Saffran is the cofounder and executive director of Project HEAL: Help to Eat, Accept and Live: the largest grassroots eating disorder non-profit in the US focused on providing access to healing, via a treatment access program and the first comprehensive eating disorder peer support program, Communities of HEALing. Kristina and her cofounder Liana started HEAL at 15 years old in recovery from anorexia; they now have 40 chapters across the globe and have become the premier voice of recovery, with over 40k followers on Facebook and Instagram. Kristina was named a 2017 Forbes 30 under 30 social entrepreneur, and has been profiled in The New York Times, Fast Company and People Magazine. She’s spoken across the country –Stanford Medical School, Harvard College, The International Conference of Eating Disorders, The National Conference of Behavioral Health, and more – on eating disorders, recovery, and launching a successful social entrepreneurship as a teen. Kristina graduated from Harvard College with a bachelors degree in psychology in May of 2014.