Past, Present and Future of ausEE, Australia’s peak charity for eosinophilic disorders.
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Presenter: Sarah Gray
Past, Present and Future of ausEE, Australia’s peak charity for eosinophilic disorders
Join ausEE President and Founder, Sarah Gray for the launch of the ausEE Virtual Show during National EOS Awareness Week and on Top 8 Challenge day. Sarah will share the story behind ausEE, her personal parent/patient journey, who ausEE is, what they do and where they are headed on their mission to improve the lives of those affected by eosinophilic disorders.
Sarah Gray is the President and Founder of ausEE Inc., Australia’s peak national support and patient advocacy organisation representing Australians living with eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders. She has two daughters, the eldest, Bella, was diagnosed with eosinophilic oesophagitis at 18 months of age and was the catalyst for forming the charity, ausEE Inc. in 2009. Sarah is dedicated to ausEE’s mission to improve lives affected by eosinophilic disorders through providing support, evidence-based information, resources and campaigning to raise awareness and funds for further research in Australia.