EndoFound ambassadors are influential leaders in entertainment, the arts, sports, social media, and beyond who use their platform to spread awareness, educate, advocate, and fundraise to further the cause of endometriosis research, programming and legislation.
"We want more research, and we want more tools to deal with the disease, but to do that, we need more awareness. I hope to shine a light on the disease and the stories that haven't been told." — Diana Falzone, Host of EndoTV
"A huge part of my own journey with endometriosis has been speaking with other endo warriors about their own experience with the disease and I am excited to publicly advocate for awareness and conversation around endo." — Corrine Foxx Actor, Producer, Activist & CEO
"When I talk to people, I always say, 'Find the silver lining in it.' The silver lining for me and being a part of the Endometriosis Foundation, being a board member on the advisory board, is my silver lining. I get to talk to other girls, I get to help other girls, and have the flower in the rain type of thing. That's my silver lining. I always encourage people to find that because that also helps a lot. For me, it's advocating for other women definitely helps me." (Virtual Patient Conference October 16 -18, 2020)
"I have chosen to become an ambassador because I am a mother of three and have been battling Endometriosis since puberty. As a mother, it is my utmost priority to ensure that my children, as well as anyone else struggling with this condition, do not have to go through prolonged suffering. I am determined to use my voice and influence to raise awareness about Endometriosis and support all those affected by"
"It was while I was googling that I came across the Endometriosis Foundation of America and found all of the stats about the condition. I realized, oh my gosh, we, as in Congress—which was me—have underfunded this condition. It's at the bottom of the National Institute of Health funding, and it's been forever since it's been funded at all. So, I thought, okay, someone needs to do something about this, and I'm in the position to do it."
For more information, or to become an EndoFound Ambassador, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.