Alix Generous (born 1992) is a mental health activist, speaker, and writer. Her TED talk “My Inner Life…” has received over 1.6 million views. Her works have been featured on NPR, Bloomberg Businessweek, TEDx, and the Sydney Opera House. Through high impact media, comedy, and clinical expertise, she advocates on a wide range of issues concerning mental and developmental disabilities. She grew up in Washington DC. In 2016, She graduated from the College of Charleston & The University of Vermont where she studied Psychology,

Molecular Biology, and Neuroscience. As a mental health advocate, she has successfully consulted families, companies, and academic institutions and points them towards resources and values that improve the status of disabled individuals. She has spoken all over the world, from the Sydney Opera House to Budapest, Hungary stressing the importance of mental diversity. As a writer, she works with several companies writing guest blogs and articles that increase awareness on issues concerning disability rights. She lives in Los Angeles.


Alix provides the following professional services:

Educational Consultant: Alix works privately with families to help them find the best educational & therapeutic resources for their child. She specializes in working with Aspergers & Autism.

Speaking: Alix speaks at several conferences a year and hosts many workshops.

Writing: Alix can write guest articles for your website, company, or magazine.

To hire Alix or inquire about any of her services, please email info@alixgenerous.com

A Voice for #MentalDiversity

 Her 2015 TED talk has gained over 1.6 million views on TED.

Alix offers services as a keynote speaker for select events on issues concerning science, mental health, STEM, and women.

Notable clients include the Sydney Opera House, TED, TEDx, United Nations, among many others. You can inquire about her availability to speak at your next event by emailing info@alixgenerous.com.