I blog, podcast, and do live streaming videos in support of Mental Health Awareness, and those living with Anxiety, Dissociation, & PTSD. The blog, Surviving My Past is in support of all who have survived the trauma of abuse. My platform exists to help inspire those living with mental health challenges to understand how past trauma affects daily life well into adulthood and well beyond when the trauma actually occurred.
I cover topics such as how the brain is affected by trauma, DBT Skills, CBT Skills, Self Care, the importance of creating and enforcing healthy boundaries, and generally working through how to cope with daily life as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and other types of trauma.
I have been living with celiac disease since 1981 and have been gluten-free long before it was trendy. I run a full-service consultancy that connects business owners with the niche target audiences including, but not limited to, gluten-free, vegan, Kosher, health and wellness, and more. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Social Media and Marketing: social media management, targeted influencer marketing campaigns, press release writing and distribution, content creation for company newsletters and social media accounts, brand collaborations and giveaways
Restaurant consulting: social media management, ingredient research, gluten-free certification research and execution through third-party vendor
Events: Consumer expos and trade show consulting, set-up and break-down, live social media management, demos and tastings
Writing: blog writing, ghost writing for brands, social media content creation and scheduling.
Brigitte is a Certified Health Coach, also certified through the International Health Coach Association, and formally educated in Corporate Wellness training. Her articles have been featured on Wellness.com, Sharecare.com, and Huffington Post lifestyle.
Brigitte is a two-time cancer survivor, yoga enthusiast, and motivational speaker.
Standard options that can be customized for your company:
* Lunch and Learn Onsite Workshops
* Live Online Programs
* Stress Management Solutions
* Importance of "moving" and stretching
* Health and Safety Fairs
* Motivational Speaking
Chef Trevis L. Gleason has been an award–winning culinarian, consultant, and instructor. A decorated US Coast Guard veteran and former USAID Ambassador to Ukraine.
Gleason has lived with Secondary-Progressive Multiple Sclerosis since diagnosis in 2001.
Twice named #1 online influencer on the topic of MS, he was the 2010 Media Industry News winner for Best Blog and his memoir, Chef Interrupted, won the Prestige Award of the International Jury at the World Cookbook Awards in 2016. In 2012, he was named the Jimmie Heuga “MS Can Do” person of the year.
He is an Ambassador for the National MS Society, MS Society of Ireland and MS Society of the UK. He speaks to groups, both large and small, about living life fully with or without a chronic illness.
His opinions are sought after by elected officials and non-profit leaders.
Gleason lives in Seattle, Washington and County Kerry, Ireland with his wife, Caryn, and their two Irish Soft-Coated Wheaten Terriers, Sadie and Maggie
Strategy, management, monitoring, creation, and scheduling of social media channels and applicable content.
Editor; graphics, overall editorial calendar, and management of all blog authors.
Creation of social media corporate strategy, as well as social media training modules for internal education and overall brand vision.
Management of paid search, paid social media, goal conversions, and SEO/SEM with Google AdWords, Google Analytics, and Social Media Advertising platforms.
Content Management, editing, and creation for external-facing website; proficient in Sitecore CMS.
Digital marketing analytics strategy, reporting, and recommendations with the following tools and tactics: social media metrics, paid search metrics, email marketing metrics, website metrics, from Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Hootsuite Ads, Exact Target, and Facebook Ads Manager.
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 started The Life of a Diabetic (thelifeofadiabetic.com) in 2007 to share my life as a person with diabetes. The goal was to help others realize that they are not alone and that, even though you have diabetes, you can live a normal life like anyone else. I then became a self-taught SEO freelancer which later ended up in me starting my own digital marketing agency in 2009, CSI Marketing Solutions.
I am able to combine my health and professional expertise to effectively use social media and search marketing strategies to raise awareness for diabetes advocacy.
I am currently a contributor to several diabetes publications and speak locally at health fairs, social media meet-ups, and diabetes related events.
I also write at ChrisStockerInc.com and VLOG on my YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/chrisstockerinc
I am available for content creation, strategy, influencer marketing, speaking (keynote or panel) and social media strategy.
My passion is to write, research and share information to empower others in the multiple sclerosis community. I write for MultipleSclerosis.net, MultipleSclerosis News Today, and my personal blog InsideMyStory.com. My interests in MS research led to my role as a merit reviewer with the Patient Centered Outcome Reach Institute, and the DoD. I am associated with the Accelerated Cure Project for MS and the PCORI funded Patient Powered Research Network (PPRN) and I serve as the Lead Patient Representative and Chair of the iConquerMS™ Governing Board.
I take pride in disseminating credible information to my communities whether it be in small in-person or one-on-one conversations, online within patient forums, through Facebook groups, or at national conference presentations. Knowledge is meant to be shared and I am fortunate to be afforded the opportunity to do so. I remain open to new ideas and opportunities for advocacy work and patient representation in all areas of the MS community
I have expertise in writing informative and inspiring articles about living with chronic illnesses. In addition, I have a background in English education which makes my editing and proofreading skills sharp. I have been blogging for 5+ years and work very hard to advocate for PsA awareness.
I am a blogger at Kate the (Almost) Great and a chronic illness patient. On my blog, one of my three core categories is health, where I talk about things to help other chronic illness patient and about things that non-chronically ill people should know about chronically ill. I am an ambassador for the Arthritis Foundation and the Arthritis National Research Foundation.
I am a former news journalist, turned lupus advocate who uses her candid experiences of living with lupus, chronic illness and an invisible disease to spread awareness, particularly among underserved populations. I have the unique perspective of a patient advocate and the skills of a professional journalist and copywriter to see the whole story and public relations angles. I'm also able to make complex content digestible for the general public. I've provided lupus education through many platforms, including legislatively and through social media and radio work. I am interested in connecting with and creating effective content for healthcare companies that are looking to include an authentic, patient voice at the table.
Advocacy work includes:
Feature by the US Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health to highlight Lupus.
2016 WEGO Health Activist Hero Nominee
2017 Lupus Research Alliance Patient Advocate for Annual Advocacy and Hill Day in D.C.
In addition to being a "professional patient" living with MS and chronic pain, I have a varied career that includes writing, marketing, web design, education, and consulting. My perspective as a patient makes me particularly interested in helping businesses in the healthcare industry with their messaging and methods of reaching out to, interacting with, and supporting patients.
I can also make a mean veggie stir fry and talk about books for hours.
I have experience with life sciences content marketing, long and short-term blog posts and have held various positions developing these skills as an undergraduate student. Samples of my writing can be found at www.clippings.me/hannahrcohen.
Hetlena has been integral in bringing lupus to the forefront of awareness in South Carolina. Her main goal is to raise awareness of and advocacy for lupus patients, like herself, in South Carolina. Hetlena now serves as the Chief Volunteer Officer of the newly transitioned LFA South Carolina Community Partner (LFASCCP). She leads and coordinates the training of support group leaders in the state of South Carolina. Her work with lupus sparked a partnership with the Institute for Partnership to Eliminate Health Disparities (IPEHD) Arnold School of Public Health of the University of South Carolina to spread the word on the development of a South Carolina Lupus Registry. Hetlena’s flagship company, The Lupus Liar, allows her to educate, advocate and raise awareness about lupus as a highly sought after speaker, critically acclaimed author, coach, presenter and trainer. She is well-versed in data management, community awareness strategies, and lupus education presentations.
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.
I am a multi-media relations professional, award winning writer, and a diligent community advocate. After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts in 2010, I began my career in Broadcasting; however, over the years I came to realize my true passion is in serving others through advocacy. I am attending Georgia State University in order to complete additional coursework in the Sciences. After completion, I will be pursuing a Master of Physician Assistant Studies with a focus in Dermatology.
Currently I am a health media entrepreneur. I provide services for a variety of clients which include social media management, article writing, patient recruitment, advocacy, patient engagement, public speaking, consulting services, and much more. I am currently looking for additional temporary or long-term freelance work in the above areas.
I'm a Chief Message Officer: a message maven who creates content strategy that tells the stories about the value you deliver in the marketplace. *My* biggest value: helping you find the funny in your B2B story, and using that humor to drive your message home.
I have a special interest in healthcare/healthcare tech, and have a big voice in the e-patient community. The World Health Organization tagged me as a patient engagement expert in 2014. If you're looking to drive better clinician/patient communication, I can help.
Lisa Emrich is a leading patient advocate who uses her experience living with multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis to educate, empower, and inspire people living with chronic conditions. Author of the award-winning blog Brass and Ivory: Life with MS and RA, Lisa is writer, subject matter expert, and community moderator for Health Union and Remedy Health Media. An experienced speaker and consultant, Lisa gives voice to the patient at conferences and works with health companies to improve services and messaging. She also co-leads the Engagement Committee for iConquerMS™, the world’s largest MS patient-powered research network, and serves as a merit reviewer for research proposals submitted to PCORI, the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute. Lisa and her husband enjoy cycling together on the rails-to-trails paths in Virginia.
Having lived with Type 1 Diabetes for over 25 years, I have plenty of opinions. I've been blogging since 2006, so I've seen online patient communities grow and evolve. Writing is a passion of mine, and I have a good amount of social media knowledge. I'm also a performer so I enjoy public speaking and meeting new people. I was nominated as a Best-Kept Secret in the 2016 WEGO Health Activist awards. I discuss life with diabetes with honesty, humor, and a dash of sass when needed.
I coach parents and educators on strategies for motivating and communicating better with members of the Asperger's & ADHD communities.
I have a Master's Degree in Social Work and Asperger's, ADHD, Dyslexia and hEDS. I'm also the father of three sons with Asperger's & ADHD.
I've been a Coach, Professional Workshop Facilitator and Keynote Presenter since I was 17 years old, I have become increasingly known for my story of resilience in the face of Learning and Physical disabilities to become a #1 Best- Selling Author and successful Entrepreneur.
In my popular keynote presentations, I reveal key decisions we all must make in order to be consistently successful regardless of our challenges.