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Reach Beyond Celiac Ambassador Program

Reach Beyond Celiac Ambassadors empower the celiac community by providing outlets to share experiences, spread positivity and create change in their communities.

About Reach Beyond Celiac

Our Reach Beyond Celiac Ambassadors focus on inclusion, establishing personal connections and building supportive networks for those with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity at every stage of life.

Ambassadors tailor the program to their unique passions and skills – using tools and resources provided by Beyond Celiac. They work independently and collaboratively on initiatives designed to drive the Beyond Celiac mission forward.

If you are energetic, full of big ideas, and you want to make a difference in the world please apply.

Since 2003, Beyond Celiac has been the leading patient advocacy and research-driven celiac disease organization working to drive diagnosis, advance research, and accelerate the discovery of new treatments and a cure.

By engaging with the top scientists in the field, awarding research grants, and supporting the community, Beyond Celiac envisions a world in which people with celiac disease can live healthy lives and eat without fear – a world Beyond Celiac.

Our ambassadors play an essential role in allowing us to create awareness and amplify the Beyond Celiac mission. To learn more, please email Valerie at [email protected].

The Beyond Celiac Ambassador Program empowers our community to become active participants in their personal celiac disease journey, as well as champions at the forefront of the cause. Please consider making a gift in support of the program today:

What our ambassadors have been up to

Celiac News 11.30.23

Health is Wealth; Financial Burden of Gluten-Free Diet… Read More

Celiac News 04.10.23

The Burden of Celiac Disease — Real Patients, Real Stories… Read More

Celiac News 02.03.23

Top Tips for Teens with Celiac Disease… Read More

Reach Beyond Celiac Ambassadors

Alexandra De Ghenghi from Fort Worth, Texas
Alla Farrell from New Haven, CT
Alyssa Megee from Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania
Amalia Makrodimitris from Baltimore, Maryland
Amy Venettucci from Chicago, Illinois
Annika Dhariwal from Chandigarh, India & Cheltenham, UK
Asha Maisuria from Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Ashleigh Kostesich from Westfield, New Jersey
Bill Mogavero from Washington, D.C.
Brooke Goldberg from Rockville, Maryland
Christina Heiser from New York City, New York
Daniel Yadgaroff from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Ella Lieblich from Lincoln, MA
Erin Ford from Casper, Wyoming
Fatima Anjum from Green Brook, New Jersey
Gabby Coppage from Kansas City, KS
Hannah Riley from Charlotte, North Carolina
Hannah Sheetz from New York, NY
Hayden Bishop from Los Angeles, California
Holly Agathen from Greenfield, Wisconsin
Isabella Cardona from Boston, MA
Jack Goldberg from Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Jaime Lipson from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jake Woods from Fort Worth, TX
Jeff Vilson from Easton, Pennsylvania
Julia Auerbach from Chicago, IL
Justin Sundstrom from Wenatchee, WA
Kate Ariano from Trumbull, Connecticut
Keegan Gilsenan from Middlebury, VT
Kelly Meehan from Scottsdale, Arizona
Kenzie Goldsteen from Bethesda, Maryland
Larnaka Wilkinson from Perth, Australia
Laura Mason from Ponte Vedra, Florida
Lauren Menagh from San Francisco, California
Lauren Murawski from Cohoes, New York
Linda Schoepf from Atlanta, Georgia
Lucía Jayde Ochoa from Texarkana, AR
Mariah Meyer from Oahu, HI
Merve Diler from Chicago, IL
Natasha Prime from Mount Laurel, New Jersey
Nate Norrie from North Brookfield, Massachusetts
Noah Lustbader from Great Neck, NY & currently in Nashville, TN
Olivia Quinby from Dubuque, Iowa
Paige Volandt from King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
Rochelle Siezega from Buffalo, New York
Sam Anderson from West Linn, Oregon
Tarishi Popli from Fremont, California
Thalia Sapia from Providence, RI
Tori Mayernick from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Valerie Anderson from St. Louis, Missouri

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