#151: Molly Schreiber | An A1c of 5.0 was a Badge of Honor

I connected with Molly Schreiber after reading a heartfelt LinkedIn post about her family history of Type 1 diabetes and the tragic loss of her father. Molly is a patient living with multiple health conditions and an active patient advocate within those communities. In this episode we discuss growing up with a T1D dad, her personal T1D diagnosis, and how her role as Community Director gives her the privilege to spend time with patients, caregivers and patient advocacy focused organizations. 

BIO: 

Molly Schreiber is a patient living with multiple health conditions including Type 1 diabetes and Rheumatoid Arthritis, and is an active patient advocate within those communities. She lives in Baltimore, Maryland with her husband, two children, and their mischievous cat.

Molly has spent her career working in healthcare, previously working for: a Johns Hopkins Medicine pediatric affiliate and the American Cancer Society. Currently, as Savvy Cooperative’s Community Director, she has the privilege of spending her time with patients, caregivers and patient advocacy focused organizations. She strives to amplify the voices of the underserved in all facets of her work.

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