OK, friends. I’ve got some really great news. As you know, MDA’s commitment to improving the lives of young adults living with muscle-debilitating diseases is near to my heart. It’s why I chose to accept the role as the first adult MDA National Goodwill Ambassador. It’s been almost a year since we began implementing MDA’s . . .
Jackie Johnson was 18 months old when she was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy. She has an associate of applied arts degree in advertising, design and Illustration; a Bachelor of Arts in integrative studies with a concentration in psychology; and a Master of Arts in teaching. She has worked in the education field and as . . .
“What would you do if you weren’t disabled?” Yep — that’s the hard-hitting question everyone and their mother wants to know. Can you say, #cliché? Truthfully, at this point, anyone who’s anyone knows I would twerk. And that’s what I’ve started telling people. But when most people ask, “twerking” isn’t generally the answer they’re hoping . . .