Emily, MPM, is a federal advocate with a master’s degree in Political Management. She was formally diagnosed with endometriosis at the age of 28. Emily uses her social media platform to educate others about endometriosis and is working diligently to ensure that those with endometriosis have their voice heard in the development of federal public policies that impact endometriosis education and resource development.
Emily understands that endometriosis can be an isolating experience – making it that much more important for her to create a sense of community and belonging for those who have suspected endometriosis or have been formally diagnosed. Emily wants to bring both her experience living with endometriosis and a sense of belonging to others during her activities with EndoAct Canada.