Fuji Robledo is an Information Science PhD student interested in working with community members and mental health nonprofits to identify the benefits and challenges of using mental health technologies. In particular, she is interested in how the use of mental health technologies can support connections between community members and their local mental health nonprofits. She is also interested in working together with different communities to address issues of equity as they relate to accessing mental health technologies. She is co-advised by professors Amy Voida and Stephen Voida. Prior to attending CU, she graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a Master of Science in clinical social work. She has extensive experience working as a licensed clinical therapist in non-profit settings providing trauma-based therapy to children and families who have experienced abuse.