Speaking Engagements

As the founder and executive director of nonprofit Eustress, Inc., Rwenshaun Miller uses conversation and various activities to break the stigma associated with mental health and mental illness.  

Since November 2014, Rwenshaun has engaged in over 15 community events through through the “Let’s Talk About It” talk series. The mission of the series is to create an safe space to openly discuss various mental health awareness topics, such as: 

  • Mental health awareness at Historically Black Colleges and Universities
  • Mental health for helping professionals 
  • Mental health and relationships
  • Black mental health
  • Minority women handling men with mental illness


Each conversation helps individuals better understand:

  • How mental illness is weakening our community by being under-discussed
  • How to live a successful, fulfilling life with a mental illness
  • What mental illness is
  • How to seek help
  • How to provide support



Rwenshaun believes that these conversations are extremely important for the African American community and African American males who continuously suffer in silence.

Previous speaking engagements

October 2015: Let’s Talk About It: Minority Women Handling Men with Mental Illness – UNC Chapel Hill Sister Talk  

September 2015: Mental Health Awareness @ HBCUs Twitter Chat – Center for MSI at Penn State University

June 2015:  Let’s Talk About It: Issues From The Eyes of A High School Freshman – UNCG Early College

June 2015: Bridges to a Brighter Future: Crossing The Bridge - Furman College

May 2015: Brother You Are On My Mind Initiative - Pi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc.

May 2015: Let’s Talk About It: Issues Facing Fourth Grade Males - Reedy Creek Elementary School

May 2015: Proclamation to recognize Mental Health Awareness Month - Charlotte City Council

April 2015: Awareness Week: Mental Health and Suicide Prevention - John Avery Boys and Girls Club

March 2015: Qrazy Questions: A Discussion on Black Mental Health - Psi Delta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi

Fraternity, Inc. 

February 2015: Mental Health for Helping Professionals - Winston Salem School of Social Work

January 2015: Mental Health and Relationship - True Dreams Radio

November 2014: Pre-College Expo & Symposium - UNC Chapel Hill Upward Bound