Events and Fundraisers

The EHE Foundation has many dedicated volunteers who host amazing events across the country each year.  The events listed here are just a sample of the hard work and dedication of our amazing supporters.

Maggie Cameron

Maggie Cameron

Hi, I’m Maggie Cameron. I’m a wife, mother, cousin, designer and Crohn’s and EHE survivor. I live just south of Pittsburgh, PA. I love to spend time with my family, work (yes, I love it), run and ski! My EHE story started with my diagnosis of Crohn’s disease in 2009. The imaging showed a “thing”…

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Jennifer San

Jennifer San

“My name is Jennifer San. I was first diagnosed with EHE in Dec 2017 after having a biopsy on two tumors that were removed from part of my left lung. I’ll never forget the day and the look on the doctor’s face when he gave me the news. When he opened the door to the…

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Jenni Kovach

Jenni Kovach

“Hi, my name is Jenni and I live in Columbus, Ohio. I am the mother of a wonderful, nine year old daughter and happily married to my spouse of 18 years. I enjoy camping, hiking, playing board games, and watching Ohio State Buckeyes football. I was diagnosed with EHE on December 29, 2018 after a…

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Zebrina Lauridsen

Zebrina Lauridsen

“My name is Zebrina Lauridsen. I am 24 years old, and I am the mother of a beautiful 2 year old little girl.  I was born and raised in the smack-dab in the middle of the US, Joplin, Missouri. I graduated from cosmetology school, and worked in a salon for a few years. Then I got…

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Fransheska Nazario

Fransheska Nazario

“My name is Fransheska Nazario, I’m 25 years old and I am from Bolingbrook Illinois. I have a daughter that is four years old and her name is Penelope and we have a pet rabbit named Clover. Spending time with my family is what keeps me going every day. I enjoy arts and crafts, cooking,…

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Kathy Field

Kathy Field

“Hello, my name is Kathy, and I live near Kalamazoo, Michigan. I have taught migrant and bilingual students for more than 35 years. My EHE was discovered in the spring of 2018, in both lungs. I cried at first, scared and not sure what to expect, but I decided to be as emotionally strong as I…

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