Cat Davis is a 24-year-old student and author from Little Rock, AR. She graduated from the University of Virginia in 2019, where she studied Cognitive Science with a concentration in Neuroscience. She is currently pursuing a career in medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She looks forward to using her personal experience with bipolar disorder to change the narrative on mental illness in the healthcare field. Cat has advocated for mental health awareness through platforms such as TEDx, The Human Library Organization, the mental health blog I Am 1 in 4, and the book It’s Ok to Not Be Ok. She is the Director of Worth Living USA, where she contributes as a blogger, a podcast host, and now an author and editor for Life Worth Living. One day, she plans to publish a memoir about her time navigating two psychiatric hospitals before being diagnosed with bipolar I at age 19.