Clymb News & Events

A Steady Clymb Helps Students Reach New Heights

Ashley Williams, founder and CEO of Clymb, knows students and their struggles. In her prior role as director of climate and culture at Southwest Baltimore Charter School, Williams developed emotional intelligence and mindfulness curriculum. While she valued the work, Williams found it an impossible task for one person to manage the emotional well-being of 400 students—which is where Clymb comes in.

Maryland Native’s Tech to Launch Nationwide

Young people are in the midst of a mental health crisis, health officials and recent studies have warned. But one Baltimore entrepreneur seeks to foster emotional wellbeing leveraging technology to guide students toward a more optimistic future.

Ashley Williams hopes Clymb can be one of the many resources educators can use to better support their students.

Happy Feelings in the Air on Baltimore Happiness Day

March 20th is International Happiness Day. Thanks to Baltimore City Mayor Brandon M. Scott, it’s also Baltimore Happiness Day, and the day that Clymb’s Prioritize Emotional Health petition launches.

Anne Arundel County Native Teaches Emotional Wellness

The Baltimore Sun profiles Clymb Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Ashley Williams. Her accolades include winning the Baltimore Elevation Award, getting recognized by the state of Maryland as one of the innovative business to learn about during Black History Month, rocking the list of technology news outlet’s as No. 8 of 20 top most promising tech companies in Baltimore, and others.

Clymb Founder Featured on Larger Than Yourself Podcast

Ashley Williams is on a quest to make sure that the youth of this world, our future generation, have the emotional intelligence needed to thrive in these incredibly challenging times. It’s as important to her as math, English and science, and it can no longer be overlooked. Her edu-tech company, Clymb, is reimagining what’s possible by not accepting the status quo.

Infinite Focus Schools Rebrands to Clymb

Infinite Focus Schools was founded with the mission to teach young people coping strategies that reduce the impact of mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders. Since 2018 the company has evolved but will still carry the same mission into the future under a new name: Clymb.