Kim Anenberg Cavallo

Executive Director, Founder

https://www.nationaldayofunplugging.com/

Kim first became aware of the downside of mobile technology when she found herself in the bathroom of a yoga studio in 2015 reading her emails instead of participating in the class. In between anxious impulses to check her phone, she built a digital wellness company, lilspace, and the Unplug for a Cause® Timer app that was launched in 2018. Since then, Kim and her team have worked with educators in bringing unplugging challenges to schools and other youth communities across the United States.

Before turning her focus to the intersection of digital wellness and social impact, Kim spent 25 years raising money and connecting people to non-profit causes and creating educational, arts and culture programs in and around Los Angeles.

Kim recently took on the role of Executive Director of Unplug Collaborative, home of National Day of Unplugging where she is part of a team distributing free resources to organizers who want their communities to get healthier with technology.

When Kim puts away her phone, she loves to spend time with her husband + 2 adult sons, doing yoga and traveling.

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Dear Apple and Google: Your Phones Do Not Trigger Personal Growth, Humans Do

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The Download on Dating in the New Millennium

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Millennial or Middle Aged

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“Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone.”

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Relating in the 3rd millennium

by Kim Anenberg Cavallo
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Why You Shouldn't Disappear Into Your Smartphone While Traveling

by Kim Anenberg Cavallo

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