Talli Dolge is the Founder and Creator of the Mobile Mental Wellness Collaborative.
She is a very visible and vocal advocate for mental health awareness and programs in the San Antonio community and is involved in similar activities on a national scale.
Talli currently is working as a national mental health and wellness consultant; helping foundations and nonprofits build sustainable mental health programs.
In 2019, she led a group of mental health nonprofits to create the San Antonio Mobile Mental Wellness Collaborative, a unique program that provides a holistic approach to mental wellness by bringing services right into the school districts. This program works to eliminate transportation, cost, and language barriers by bringing wraparound, no-cost mental wellness services to not only students, but their families, teachers, and district staff.
Dolge is the mental health contributor for KSAT-12, the San Antonio ABC affiliate, where she writes monthly columns about mental wellness and provides insight into the topic in various interviews and town halls.
She also currently serves on the UTSA College for Health, Community, and Policy Advisory Council. She was a 2022 Distinguished Speaker for SA Health Cell and was featured in the SA Lights section of the SA Express-News in August 2022.
Dolge earned a B.S. Degree in Drama Therapy and an M.S. in Education and School/Community Counseling from SUNY (State University of New York).
She has an outstanding history of leadership and service in the mental health community, as well as in previous positions with Jewish Family Service of San Antonio, the Witte Museum and Walt Disney World.