Ambassadors are an important link between the Davis Phinney Foundation and local communities. The Ambassador program was founded in 2015 to support the change-makers and community leaders who help people with Parkinson’s live well today. Our ambassadors are Parkinson’s advocates who love discussing tools and strategies for improving quality of life with support groups, individuals, families, and healthcare professionals. This year, we added 24 new Ambassadors to our team.
Get to Know Our New Parkinson’s Ambassadors
Click on a name to learn more about them.
Allyson Kinney (Branford, Connecticut)
Amy Montemarano (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Barry Branson (Papillion, Nebraska)
Brenda Ward (Jonesboro, Arkansas)
Brian McElwain (Tucson, Arizona)
Chandra Morra (Boynton Beach, Florida)
Cynthia Camp (Asheville, North Carolina)
Doug Pickard (Parksville, British Columbia)
Erin Michael (Aurora, Ohio)
Frank Mundo (Phoenix, AZ, Isleboro, ME)
Gretchen White (State College, Pennsylvania)
Isabell Senft-Daniel (Knoxville, Tennessee)
Jerry Boster (Kaneohe, Hawaii)
Joe van Koeverden (Peterborough, Ontario)
John Reinhart (Olathe, Kansas)
Karen Marsters (Bangor, Maine)
Kerry Howard (Juneau, Alaska)
Mark Kohus (Union, Kentucky)
Michael Fahning (Chaska, Minnesota)
Neal Weierbach (Pueblo, Colorado)
Rhonda Foulds (Justin, Texas)
Spencer Stucki (Chubbuck, Idaho)
Stacey Macaluso (Cherry Hill, New Jersey)
Wendy Miller (Bellingham, Washington)
We’re so grateful for your service and look forward to living well with you in 2020!
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