Walk MS Chicago was last Sunday, April 30, and I can proudly report that we raised close to $25K! This was a huge accomplishment that was only made possible because of the kindness and generosity of you guys, so thank you. Read more
I’m excited to introduce you all to Dr. Haley Titus, a Neuroimmunologist and Post-Doctoral Fellow at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. She’s also a member of the National MS Society’s Multiple Solutions board (which is how we initially met), a dedicated philanthropist, and has made it her goal in life to help cure MS in her lifetime.
A few months ago, Dr. Haley Titus provided an update to National MS Society board members on the progress that’s been done relating to MS research and lofty goals for a cure. In our interview below, she addresses not only what’s being done to stop MS but also what’s being done to repair the damage that’s already done to those with MS. Currently, there are many medications to stop the progression of the disease but nothing out yet to help repair, so this felt huge to me. I felt so hopeful after that update that I wanted to share her promising updates with the larger community here. Read more
Hi everyone! I wanted to remind you all that this Wednesday, December 7 from 4-7pm I’ll be hosting an event at Athleta on Fremont (901 W Weed St, Chicago) with proceeds going to the MS Society. I’m listing the Top 5 Reasons you must attend, plus my favorite Athleta pieces – all inside.
Can’t make it to the event? Don’t worry – you can participate from afar (details below!). Read more
Save the date and join me on Wednesday, December 7 from 4-7pm at Athleta (901 W Weed St, Chicago, IL) to shop for an amazing cause – finding a cure for MS!
I am honored to be partnering with the National MS Society to create a world free of MS. Read more
The first time I ever laid eyes on my MRI results I thought I was looking at a Christmas tree lit up with ornaments. Only those ornaments were lesions on my brain and I counted nearly 13 of them. From that day forward I knew that I would spend the rest of my life managing multiple sclerosis… Read more