It’s been a full year since I created this blog and after reading each of my posts from the past year, I feel like it’s only the beginning. Switch/Health has evolved so much more than I could have ever imagined. Initially envisioned as a “one-stop shop” for all topics that directly or indirectly affect health outcomes, it has become a link to many great stories. Stories of local leaders affecting real change in their communities. Stories that describe how health and the healthcare system look from various lenses. And most importantly, stories that describe their own evolution in finding purpose in their work. I feel extremely humbled for the opportunity to share their stories with you.
The leaders listed below have been instrumental in empowering people in self-awareness and improvement. I’m inspired to continue my search in finding the unsung heroes making an impact. And I hope their stories offer you some insight and inspiration as well.
A Maria Hester – Dr. Hester Empowers Her Patients
Bri Isaacs – YogiBriii in the OC
Betty Jung – Web Master and Lecturer Betty Jung
Elizabeth Greenberg – Non-Scents Makes A Lot Of Sense
Rachel Safeek – Rachel Safeek Fights the Status Quo with “Fight Stigma”
Heather Freeman – Heather Freeman Believes We All Have Capes
Braden Rawls – Health Doesn’t Have to Cost an Arm and a Leg
Jonathan Bonnet – Walking the Walk
Elizabeth Poindexter – Mobilizing for Collective Impact
Ryan Shaw – Leveraging Health IT to Improve Outcomes
Patricia Carcaise-Edinboro – Hearing the Unheard
Michael Allen – Mind the Gap
Prathima Kannan – Communities Creating a Culture of Health
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” — Mahatma Ghandi