Sarah Parks

Sarah Parks

I always want to help people find the positive side of Parkinson’s – the people they will meet and interact with. Diagnosed with PD in 2017 I’ve learned that fighting PD is most important and not a death sentence. Contact Sarah: Name(Required) First Last...
Mark Lenz

Mark Lenz

I am a Reno, Nevada native, with degrees from UNR, the New England Conservatory of Music and Cornell Law School. I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2005, and eventually had to retire from both my music and law careers. I have, however, remained active in...
Brandon Lascurain

Brandon Lascurain

I was diagnosed with advanced stage YOPD at age 40.  I have been through many ups and downs but nothing has made as much impact on my journey as having a mentor. It gave me a sense of hope to understand that others have the same struggles and continue to thrive! My...
Kimberly Fowler

Kimberly Fowler

As a PWP I feel that I am in a unique position to be of help to those in the Parkinson’s community. I used to be a very physically active person, competitive figure skating, ultimately ending up coaching. I also marched in the high school and college bands. I worked...
Irene Miller

Irene Miller

I have been a primary Care Partner for my loved one for the past 12 years. We have experienced and learned much on this Parkinson’s journey. I compare the journey to a river, early on symptoms progress slowly and life is smooth for the most part. As the journey...