Interview with the Health Activist Network

A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to be interviewed by and featured in the Health Activist Network. This is a platform started by the Jewish Healthcare Foundation as a way for health activists to gather (virtually and in-person) and share/discuss their work with health activism.

Using this platform was part of my fellowship with the JHF (you can read about that here, here, and here). As you may know if you’re a regular reader, while my fellowship ended in November, I’ve been continuing my advocacy work. I had the most amazing time working with them during the fellowship – they truly gave me the background and training that I needed to get my work off the ground. I definitely don’t think that I’d be where I am if not for the fellowship, and I was really honored that they were willing to continue to work with me post-fellowship.

I was really grateful to be featured by the Health Activist Network, and to be given the chance to talk a bit more in-depth about what I’m hoping to do. There’s even a YouTube interview, too!

As a relatively new activist, one of the hardest things to do is to get my voice out there – there are so many people speaking, and so many causes that people feel passionate about. That’s why I feel so incredibly thankful that the JHF and Health Activist Network are helping to spread my message!

You can check out the interview here, and the YouTube video below. I’d love to hear your thoughts!

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