Key Takeaways from the Interview
- It is very easy for people to pretend who they actually are online, unlike in real life
- Children get a skewed perception of what other people are like online because their appearances are heavily edited, causing children’s mental health wellbeing to drop catching up with the unrealistic standards set on social media
About Our Guest - Chloe Combi
Chloe Combi is one of the world's leading experts on Gen Z and now Gen A - she has interviewed over 10,000 young people, had a best-selling book, a #1 Apple podcast called You Don't Know Me, a hit VR series with Meta and she works with global brands, governments and schools.
Her work focuses on young people's well-being, mental health, online and offline safety and how to create a better future for all.
To know more about her, check out the below links -
Check out one of her Talks at Google - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhntR9LwfME
Book - Generation Z: Their Voices, Their Lives