Inducted into Georgia NMSS

All I can say is WOW!!! I am honored and thrilled to be selected as a Board of Trustee Member for the Georgia National Multiple Sclerosis Society.  

I have always been involved in volunteering since my children were young in school in the early 2000s. When my girls went off to college I decided to immerse myself into my passion of mentoring, providing information, sharing my experiences, and volunteering with a Multiple Sclerosis or society. 

This year, 2020, I became a member of the Georgia leadership program. 

People who know me well I always jump into something and take it seriously and try to strive to be the best. It was wonderful to be an advocate. I got to go to the state capital in February 2020 and to participate in the leadership kickoff leadership program in February. 

The national multiple sclerosis society’s goal is to find a cure for multiple sclerosis. It is such a wonderful organization as it provides information on symptoms and diagnoses, explanation of what multiple sclerosis, treatments for multiple sclerosis, how to live with MS, research programs and a plethora of library and educational programs 

This year I was selected to be co chair with Scotty Grabner from Mobilty Works for the Georgia MD society Leadership program.  Our goal for year 2020 is to find business professionals and invite participants to sharpen their leadership skills by interacting with top executives. Participants will spend time networking with respected members of their local business community through special events, community service projects, and classroom learning sessions. I participated in the 2020 leadership program and we had to adjust to the coronavirus, Scotty and I are excited to create interactive programs that will engage, educate, raise funds , and advance to find a cure for multiple sclerosis.  

I feel so fortunate to have a voice in finding a cure for multiple sclerosis one day. By using Twins Coast To Coast as my platform will help form awareness to people that may not know how difficult it is to live with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis.

I like to end this with again saying wow to all my family, friends, supporters out there that help me lead with confidence and passion to fight in continual living a happy life.  

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