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New Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story: Meet Nursing Graduate Connor!

Our Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story Sharing live broadcast series continues at 8pm ET on Sunday, March 7, 2021 with trained speaker Connor Baker! Connor is a recent graduate of Aurora University’s nursing program and future health care provider. He will share his narcolepsy story and answer questions from live viewers. To tune in, go…

Dr. Ketema Paul: Black History Month Sleep Leaders Part 7

To celebrate Black History Month, Project Sleep is honored to highlight incredible accomplishments and contributions of Black Americans from across the sleep field—from scientists to advocates. Please join us in celebrating Black excellence by spreading the word about these sleep community leaders! See Full Series Meet Dr. Ketema Paul! Ketema Paul, PhD, is a neuroscientist,…

Harriet Tubman: Black History Month Sleep Leaders Part 6

To celebrate Black History Month, Project Sleep is honored to highlight incredible accomplishments and contributions of Black Americans from across the sleep field—from scientists to advocates. Please join us in celebrating Black excellence by spreading the word about these sleep community leaders! See Full Series Did Harriet Tubman have narcolepsy? Harriet Tubman, born into slavery…

Marietta Bibbs: Black History Month Sleep Leaders Part 5

To celebrate Black History Month, Project Sleep is honored to highlight incredible accomplishments and contributions of Black Americans from across the sleep field—from scientists to advocates. Please join us in celebrating Black excellence by spreading the word about these sleep community leaders! See Full Series Meet Marietta Bibbs! Marietta Bibbs, RPSGT is a Registered Polysomnographic…

Dr. Marishka Brown: Black History Month Sleep Leaders Part 4

To celebrate Black History Month, Project Sleep is honored to highlight incredible accomplishments and contributions of Black Americans from across the sleep field—from scientists to advocates. Please join us in celebrating Black excellence by spreading the word about these sleep community leaders! See Full Series Meet Dr. Marishka Brown! Dr. Marishka Brown is the recently…

New Event: Becoming a Narcolepsy Advocate

Our next event in the Narcolepsy Nerd Alert series is coming up on Wednesday, February 24th at 1pm ET! What does being a narcolepsy advocate mean to you? We’ll talk about advocacy in different contexts and share tips for advocating with policy makers. The broadcast will start with an overview of our topic and lead into a facilitated…

Rising Voices of Narcolepsy 2021: Now Accepting Applications

Raise Your Voice Project Sleep is proud to announce that we are now accepting applications for our fifth Rising Voices of Narcolepsy training course, taking place this summer. This leadership program trains people with narcolepsy to effectively raise awareness through public speaking. Graduates are equipped to share their stories with healthcare providers, universities, local communities, news outlets, blogs, and beyond. Rising…

Aaron Taylor: Black History Month Sleep Leaders Part 3

To celebrate Black History Month, Project Sleep is honored to highlight incredible accomplishments and contributions of Black Americans from across the sleep field—from scientists to advocates. Please join us in celebrating Black excellence by spreading the word about these sleep community leaders! See Full Series Meet Aaron Taylor! Aaron Taylor: first-team All American and Lombardi…

Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story Sharing Series: Meet Biochemistry Grad Brooke!

Just because someone carries it well doesn’t mean it’s not heavy.” — Brooke Buckley, RVN Speaker Our Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story Sharing live broadcast series continued on February 21, 2021 with trained speaker Brooke Buckley, a recent graduate of Duquesne University. Brooke shared compelling insights about her narcolepsy experience, introduced her service-pup-in-training Athena, and…

Dr. Nicole Eugene: Black History Month Sleep Leaders Part 2

To celebrate Black History Month, Project Sleep is honored to highlight incredible accomplishments and contributions of Black Americans from across the sleep field—from scientists to advocates. Please join us in celebrating Black excellence by spreading the word about these sleep community leaders! See Full Series Meet Dr. Nicole Eugene! Nicole Eugene, PhD, is a communication…
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