Sue Gehling, the founder of Classroom Clinic, a member of the Iowa G2M Accelerator’s inaugural cohort, participated last month in a panel discussion hosted by the Iowa EdTech Collaborative.

Gehling, a psychiatric nurse practitioner, was one of five panelists in the Aug. 26 session titled “EdTech Talk: Solving the K-12 Mental Health Crisis.” She was joined on the panel by Dr. Dan Clay, professor and dean of the University of Iowa College of Education; Amy Kahle, Director of Intervention Programs at United Action for Youth; Dr. Glenn Albright, a clinical psychologist; and Kim Wieland, product lead at Kognito, a health simulation company.

Gehling is an experienced children’s mental health clinician and a tireless advocate for families living in rural communities. Classroom Clinic offers innovative, school-based telehealth services to rural school districts with a goal of improving academic achievement and increasing graduation rates and advancement to postsecondary education.