Aidett has spent the last ten years of her career in the non-profit sector serving diverse groups throughout California and Hawaii. She is passionate about working with and advocating for underserved populations and being a part of creating an equitable and safe community for all individuals. Through her own diagnoses and life experiences, Aidett knows first-hand about the negative impact that stigmatization can have on a person’s life and feels strongly about changing the narrative surrounding mental health.
Aidett lives in Southern California with her partner, daughter and two rescue pups. She is currently pursuing a BA in Sociology with the hopes of using her education to further her understanding of the communities that she serves. For fun Aidett loves to attend as many shows and concerts as possible, as music has played a significant role throughout her life.Back to Our People