Master Mechanical Engineer /Comedian Specializing in Opioid therapy and Implants Chronic pain patient since 1996
For over thirty years, Andrew lived in Juneau Alaska, where he served in the United States Coast Guard. After a couple decades of business management and sales, he became a Procurement Officer and Grants Administrator for the State of Alaska.
Andrew has joined the team at APDF to help with finance and grant administration so that others may learn how to live with chronic painful diseases.
I represent the State of Michigan as an ambassador and serve as the Midwest region Leader for the APDF. I have a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education with a minor in Special education. I have worked in many areas of the Education system from Teaching, Substitute, Paraprofessional, and driving school Bus for children ages 3-18. I have worked with many different types of children who are challenged with a wide range of handicaps. I have a love for Manatee and Sea Turtles.
My name is Stacy Siano and I live in Far NW Wyoming, about 10 miles from the Montana border.
I previously ran several medical facilities in North Texas, Dallas Fort Worth area, before breaking my neck Sept 1, 2011. I have had several botched surgeries and now am permanently disabled. I have been fighting for the Chronic Pain and disabilities community since 2012. My college education consists of degrees in Information Technology, Business and Marketing. I am also an artist and photographer along with many other hobbies. I love working with this community and have a lot of FIGHT left in me. I look forward to helping in any way I can for as long as I can.
I've been a Chronic pain pt for 21 years and an advocate for the approximately 10 years for the entire chronic pain community. Im currently working on legislation as well.. I've worked in foster care and the medical field for a combined over 25 years of experience. I voluntarily put forth my all for each human being who's wrongfully suffering. I love seeing a patients face after they're pain is finally being somewhat managed as I find it very rewarding to touch each life in a positive way.
Born and raised in North Dakota where I spend 10 years working in the healthcare field. In 2016 I became a Chronic Pain Patient myself. After that experience I wanted to be able to help others to have better quality of life and adequate pain management.
Vicki Latham was a graphic designer for over 25 years. At the age of 35, she was diagnosed with Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome after her first back surgery. She is an intractible pain patient who has been on SSDI since 2010.