From Skin Picking To Lyme Disease To Entrepreneurship, CLOZTALK Nonprofit Partners Are In The News!

Three women sitting on TV news set to do interview about Picking Me Foundation

Illinois-based PICKING ME FOUNDATION is dedicated to raising awareness about Dermatillomania (compulsive skin picking) and inspiring acceptance about this mental illness for sufferers, supporters, and medical and educational professionals. Last month, in her CLOZTALK t-shirt, Founder and CEO Lauren McKeaney sat down with WGN-TV to talk about her nonprofit and raise awareness about skin picking.


White man and white woman being interviewed on MSNBC-TV

Connecticut-based GLOBAL LYME ALLIANCE is committed to conquering Lyme and other tick-borne diseases through research, education, and awareness. MSNBC-TV’s “Morning Joe” program recently featured the nonprofit.


White man and black man sitting at TV interview desk to talk about TechTown Detroit

Michigan-based TECHTOWN DETROIT empowers Detroit-based startups and local businesses by providing resources, collaborative workspace, and education for entrepreneurs who will further accelerate inclusive economic development across Detroit. President and CEO Ned Staebler discussed TechTown and its impact on the city during his interview with WXYZ-TV.

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