Meet the Quartet Ambassadors
Today we’re proud to announce our Quartet Ambassador Program (QAP), a hand-selected group of individuals whose experiences with physical and mental illnesses guide Quartet’s mission. Ambassadors will help surface the needs, motivations and mindset of our target patients, which will in turn provide valuable insight on Quartet's products and technology.
Meet the Ambassadors:
A blogger, poet and medical professional from Florida, Emily experienced a severe spinal injury almost seven years ago. After losing her career because she could no longer work, Emily became severely, clinically depressed. Emily fought hard through physical and mental therapy for close to a year, and then returned to her career as an Orthotist/Prosthetist with an employer who is accommodating her disability.
A best-selling author, Lisa is a resident of Southern California with a husband and three kids. As someone who lives with two autoimmune diseases, Lisa understands how challenging it can be to handle chronic illness on your own. Coordinating work, family, multiple doctors appointments, insurance issues while feeling lousy can be overwhelming. Lisa believes how important it is to have access to behavioral healthcare.
A Philadelphia-based former broadcast journalist, Kara departed her job in broadcast news because of high stress, depression, anxiety and an eating disorder. Kara had to find help on her own, and encourages others to feel comfortable doing the same. Kara, now a digital marketing professional, blogs about her experiences to help others feel less alone, and cultivate a healthy relationship with food.
Molly lives in San Francisco and works in educational research and evaluation. In 2004 she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis and has had an ileostomy since 2015. Since 2011, she has facilitated the San Francisco CCFA (Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America) support group.
Molly believes that access to quality behavioral healthcare that takes into consideration the issues surrounding the chronic condition(s) can make a difference in people’s lives.
Interested to learn more about the QAP? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.