Greenville Today, May 11 2020, VentureSouth offers Sharpen Founder to Entrepreneurs


Mental health app designed specifically for entrepreneurs now available free

Venture Carolina and Sharpen Offer Mental Health App to Entrepreneurs in South Carolina

UpstateBizSC Who's Who on the Move (5-2020)

WSPA 7- Mental Health App Developers Offer Free Service to College Students

Morris Manning and Martin podcast featuring Sharpen CEO, Robyn Hussa Farrell on SE Tech Video Podcast

e-Campus News - 7 mental health resources to help college students during coronavirus 


Spartanburg Methodist College partners with Sharpen 


SCRA Client companies on front line battling coronavirus 

Limestone College partners with Sharpen to improve student mental health

President Kelly discusses Sharpen COVID resource on West GA Radio stations WLBB, B92, Kiss 102.7 and WKNG

University West Georgia partnering with Sharpen to support college students mental health.

Sharpen providing FREE mental health resources in response to COVID (

Sharpen providing FREE resources for college students (

Successful Brain Health and Suicide Prevention Event, Chaired by Robyn Hussa Farrell (2020


'Game Changer' Dives Deep into Athletes' Mental Health Concerns (2019


Two Local Women to Be Honored as Women of Distinction (2017 GSA


SC InnoVISION Award Winners (2017 Greenville Business Magazine)


Tech Company Targets Mental Health (2017 SC Public Radio / SC Biz Review)


Spartanburg Couple Launches Mental Health Technology Company (2017 Upstate Business Journal)


New Tech Company Partnering for Veteran Mental Health (2017 GSA Business)


Local App Tackles Mental Illness in Veterans (2017 WSPA-7)


Spartanburg Couple Launches Digital Platform for Mental Health (2017 Herald Journal)