Benjamin McAfee

Founder, My Campus Health

Benjamin is founder of My Campus Health, an online platform that focuses on the intersections of college and mental health and other disabilities.


Benjamin graduated from Georgetown University with a B.S. in International Relations. He was awarded the Gates Millennium Scholarship and is an alumnus of the Management Leadership for Tomorrow Business Fellowship. He also is the youngest serving Board member of 2Gether-International, an organization that focuses on disability justice.  He has been given the opportunity serve on a panel at Georgetown, meet Demi Lovato, and speak at the Gates Millennium conference for his work in the mental health field.  Benjamin also has written about mental health on the new social platform called Rizzarr.  Finally, Benjamin was recently published in BP magazine, which is one of the most read magazines in the nation on mental health and bipolar disorder.


Benjamin worked at the national office of Mental Health America, and he is particularly grateful to Debbie Plotnick and Antionette Means as they helped give him the right encouragement to pursue his passion.


In his spare time, Benjamin loves reading, working out, dancing, and playing video games. He will be getting his Master’s Degree in Public Health concentrating in Mental Health next year at Emory.