Becoming an Advocate for Children with Rare Diseases with Sarah Turnbull (1996)
A new host, Jolene Loetscher (1997), joins us for the third episode of The SIP, interviewing Sarah Turnbull (1996), a photographer, EMT, and rare disease advocate.
In this episode of The SIP, Sarah shares her journey from being selected as a Coke Scholar from a small town in Iowa to becoming a mom of three children, including one with SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy), to working to pass legislation that allows genetic screenings for newborns and becoming an EMT.
The episode is introduced by Justin J. Pearson (2013).
The SIP, short for the Coke Scholars Ignite Podcast, shares a taste of the Coke Scholars around the world who are igniting positive change.
Learn more about items referenced in this episode:
- Sarah’s photography studio – facebook.com/Sarahs-Studio-106835889354423/
- Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl – amazon.com/Anne-Frank-Diary-Young-Girl/dp/0553296981
Read a transcript of episode 3 here.
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