Lisa Cypers Kamen, M.A. is an applied positive psychology coach, author,
documentary filmmaker, and radio show host specializing in sustainable wellbeing and lifestyle management. Additionally, she is an experienced spokesperson and brand ambassador for corporations including The Florida Department of Citrus and Katie K Activewear.
Lisa’s global consulting practice focuses on mission-driven addiction and trauma recovery supporting clients in balancing their minds, bodies and emotions resulting in greater overall wellbeing and the transformation of Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) into Post-Traumatic Growth (PTG). Through her work, clients are empowered and supported to achieve increased self-mastery, optimal functioning and to reclaim their lives.
Lisa is a 'reformed clinically depressed person' who leads by example the virtues of a balanced mind, body, spirit, and soul. She is a health advocate for depression/mental health, addiction, healthy aging, optimal lifestyle, and more.
Senior Transformation Specialist and Social Firebrand, Stotsky has represented companies including GE Healthcare, e-MDs, digiChart, BCBST and HMS/MEDHOST. She received GE Healthcare's CIS Award, led EMR adoption efforts, directed rollout of the 1st HIE in the state of TN, and was a member of HIMSS Standards and Interoperability Workgroup for Stage 1 Meaningful Use.
Stotsky is consistently named as one of “20 Health IT Influencers to Watch” by Healthcare IT Leaders. Most know her as @EMRAnswers, where she has been a social firebrand since 2009. A Social Ambassador at HIMSS global conference for the last four years, she is a frequent contributor to media pubs, & discussions as a respected HC strategist. Over 19,500 targeted followers,
An outspoken advocate, and caregiver, she speaks about Patient Safety and Care Coordination, She walks as patient #117 in The Walking Gallery of Healthcare. She Is on the HC Advisory Council at Fogo Data Centers, & current Board member S4PM.
I offer B2B companies in the healthcare space content that is well-researched, audience-focused, and compelling. My goal is to help you grow your business using effective content marketing strategies. As a nurse with clinical, sales, and marketing experience, I specialize in product and technology solutions designed to improve the delivery of healthcare.
Breck Gamel, is a patient advocate and blogger at http://initforbennett.com. She is a mother of three young children, including Bennett, her seven year old with cystic fibrosis. Breck advocates for patients alongside the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Breck is leader within the Cystic Fibrosis Learning Network and co-chairs the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Patient and Family Research Advisory Council.
An action catalyst empowering people traveling together toward best health (patients, caregivers, and clinicians) Danny wears many hats in healthcare: pt with MS, caregiver, nurse, informaticist and QI leader. His current work focuses on communication at transitions of care, person-centered health planning, informed decision-making, and technology supporting solutions created by and for people at the center. He advises entrepreneurs about strategy, infrastructure, and user-friendly workflows and technology. He teaches and coaches front-line managers. He serves as a patient/caregiver stakeholder representative on Technical Expert Panels for Shared Decision Support and PCORnet and sits on the Steering Committee for the AHRQ-supported Clinical Decision Support Learning Network. He reviews PCORI research funding applications and serves as co-chair of PCORI’s Communication and Dissemination Advisory Panel. He blogs weekly at www.health-hats.com.
Sarah Hackley is most known for her work as a patient advocate spreading awareness of life with chronic migraine. She has been featured on numerous health blogs and is a regular contributor for Migraine.com, where she utilizes her personal experiences and educational background in neuropsychology to educate others on issues affecting the migraine community. She also is the author of two self-empowerment books, "Finding Happiness with Migraines: A Do It Yourself Guide" and "Preparing to Fly: Financial Freedom from Domestic Abuse." She also speaks, writes, and coaches patients on how to live fully and joyfully with chronic illness. Additional information can be found on her website: www.sarahhackley.com.
I am a freelance health and science writer for hire. I help businesses get results with quality content. I create compelling content that has a proven track record of driving online engagement.
I can help you reach the right audience, create better content, raise brand awareness and make more money. I can translate complex health and science topics into plain language.
I have a Bachelor of Science degree from Butler University and graduated summa cum laude with a double major in biology and chemistry. I have extensive online writing experience. I have published on Yahoo! News, CNN iReport, Lifescript.com, The Huffington Post and many other publications.
I founded Taking Up Space with Kate Browne (formerly Ramp and Stair Exercise Club) as an advocacy platform for inclusive fitness. I have a PhD in autobiographical literature specializing in women’s disability and chronic illness narratives. Taking Up Space reflects my commitment to sharing diverse experiences of body size as they relate to ensuring equitable access to health and wellness resources. I also advocate for women with lipedema and lymphedema, and share my own story of diagnosis and treatment through my Lipedema Liberated coaching program.
I am available for consulting projects that require skills in using inclusive language, Universal Design, social justice in health promotion initiatives, and rhetorical analysis.
I became ill in 2001 and over 4 years saw 51 specialists that could not diagnose my illness. I was handed a Medline study from Christopher Reeves' Neurologist and was told to find the surgeon that performed that study. It lead me to Pittsburgh & Dr Peter Jannetta, Godfather of Modern Neurosurgery. He saved me from becoming a quadriplegic & worse. I never imagined I would develop multiple Rare Diseases at 31 yrs old, I had to learn to live a new limited life and the only way to start was with knowledge, then with helping others when I was well enough, and I have never stopped. I am a Leader in the Rare Disease Community, a Healthcare Activist, and Lobbyist. I have been fortunate to work with 1000's of Rare Disease Patients, Health and Disease Organizations and Foundations, Healthcare Stakeholders and learned from them all. Now I try and improve Healthcare one day and project at a time.
For the past few years I have taken my life as a single mother with IBD online through my blog and social media platforms. I attend conferences, legislative policy forums and am apart of the IBD Social Circle. I am currently on the advisory board for the HealthEVoices 2017 conference in Chicago. I am being honored as a Woman of Distinction in May by the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation Los Angeles for my legislative advocacy and awareness. I am also working with the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation on another patient advisory board program that will be announced next year.
My past experience is television production, Behavioral Therapist for children with autism as well as program director for The HollyRod foundation. Helping families affected by Autism & Parkinson's Disease lead a better quality of life.
I would love to the opportunity to work with WEGO in this capacity.
Experience in healthcare practice, anesthesia, pain management, peri-operative medicine, critical care, obstetrics, all surgeries and all ages.
Well versed in helping others with health and wellness through lifestyle, nutrition, activity, mental and physical health management.
Business development, strategic oversight and advising, finance, marketing, growth, and leadership.
Looking for advising, consulting, panels, research, collaboration, and leadership sharing roles in all areas of health, wellness, clinical practice, patient care and management, technology solutions, business models, caregiver solutions, health care business, health care policy, health care reform, education, design and payment.
Information and advice about all areas of life affected by a health condition, starting with initial diagnosis through end of life. Founder of web site which provides practical information including medical care, finance, insurance, government benefits, day-to-day living, work issues, and emotions. Author BE PREPARED published by St. Martin's press. All types of health conditions, including life threatening health conditions. Helps patients become more knowledgeable and in control.
I have been working with patient communities and health activists for 20+ years, helping dozens of companies (including biotech, pharma, recruitment firms and CROs) recruit patients for clinical trials through influencer-driven innovative digital programs. If you're interested in adding a patient influencer strategy to your recruitment efforts, please contact me.
Kendra holds a BS in Public Health from the University of Maryland. She has extensive knowledge on the complexities of living with chronic medical conditions & lifestyle management strategies from working in pharmaceutical & medical sales, through the development and implementation of various health education programs, through medical writing & publishing. Kendra has been active in the EDS community for over ten years. It was through Kendra’s life, and professional experiences, that she founded EDS Wellness, including Wellapalooza Integrative Wellness Conferences (& retreats!), Moving Naturally w/ Hypermobility Seminars, “Just 5 Minutes,” "Invisible Strength," & the EDS Ride for a Cause.
Kendra is the Executive Director & Founder, EDS Wellness, Inc. She also started 2 other small businesses -- one in medical sales and one in book publishing. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist (C.H.E.S.), a 200hr Certified Yoga Instructor and Restorative Exercise Specialist.
As a person living with the migraine disease, cluster headaches, fibromyalgia, and rheumatoid arthritis I've learned the skills, confidence, and knowledge needed to play an active role as a patient advocate. Twice, I lobbied on Capitol Hill as a migraine and cluster headache patient during Headache On The Hill. I've also had the opportunity to appear on HuffPost Live and Al Jazerra, where I spoke openly about my neurological disorders. Besides being a full-time patient, invisible illness advocate, and contributing writer for the Today Parenting Team; I am a caregiver to a teenager living with abdominal and chronic migraine. Due to my son's unpredictable health, I even learned how to work efficiently with our school district to ensure my teen has the appropriate academic accommodations.
I am a volunteer mentor and coach for the National Psoriasis Foundation, providing guidance for those who are newly diagnosed. I have lived with psoriasis for more than 15 years. I started my blog, Homegrown Houston, as a platform for fashion, marriage and motherhood while offering a style resource for those living with psoriasis. I live by the motto, “I don't let psoriasis define who I am. I define who I am and how I live my life.”
I have worked with, and have been, a health consumer for more than 20 years. My expertise is in strategically creating tech projects for communities united by a health issue, interest or concern. I can help with gathering communities of users and early adopters to product develop, test and market/distribute.
Lead the Continuous Improvement program at a multi-national med tech firm. Teach powerful operational excellence methodologies, including designing systems focused on customer value, and training trainers for effective & broad standardization of best practices. Expert in coaching leaders & team members to develop skill in scientific problem-solving. Technical background in Quality Engineering & Mathematics.
Since 2012, collaborated with hundreds of healthcare professionals to drive favorable outcomes for my medically complex son. Experience includes thousands of hours spent in inpatient settings on both coasts of the US, and countless hours working to manage care at home. Through repeated success in the face of terrible odds, developed a deep passion for co-produced care leveraging the unique assets that patients/carers and professionals each bring to the table.
Eager to help any organization seeking to move in this direction.
Karen Ryan is a seasoned nutritionist as well as an ADHD and mental wellness practitioner for school-aged children, teens and adults. She is a firm believer in the correlation between food and mood and that a clean diet is the best medicine for sound health of body and mind. Guided by her extensive education, research, and experience in clinical and holistic nutrition, Karen dedicates her focus to helping all people, especially children and teens with ADHD, eat healthier and live happier. Karen also works with youth and adults who struggle in areas such as anxiety, bipolar disorder and depression.
Karen believes in empowering her clients through education and informed choices and works closely with each and every one of them to ensure the development of a treatment plan that can be easily followed to ensure success.
Karen is also the founder of The ADDvocates and vancouverADHD as well as the author of “ADHD is Not a Four Letter Word.
Mental Health Advocacy, Overcoming & Managing Disabilities, Dealing with Trauma (i.e. PTSD, physical and emotional abuse), Sexual Assault Prevention, Alternative Medicine, and Establishing a Creative Mind Set.
Inspired by the integral role of the arts in my own recovery, I devised a trauma-informed program that combines storytelling performance, engaging mental health education and sexual assault prevention, which was originally devised for the National Mental Health America Conference. I've delivered this keynote/program internationally since 2012, to provide an empowered approach to wellness, to strengthen resiliency and to develop the leadership skills to transform adversity into creative growth.
• Accomplished Actress, Creative Writer, Dancer/Performer, Keynote Speaker, Private Coach, and Advocacy Program Leader.
• Strong advocate of collaborative working partnerships with client organizations to pursue and achieve shared goals.
• Freelance writer on health issues