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Age: 34

Location: Tennessee

Injury or relation:

Cooking, traveling, reading, playing board games, gardening, and parenting.

Why did you become a peer mentor?
I became a peer mentor in the hopes to be able to offer encouragement to someone else in a similar position. When my partner and I were
first together, I spent many hours searching the internet for what it was like to be together with someone with a spinal cord
injury. It would have been helpful in the beginning to have someone I could ask my questions to directly. I hope I can be that
person for someone else. I look forward to meeting you!


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