I love this picture of President/CEO Gary Godsey of the PKD Foundation at the Board of Trustees meeting this weekend in Atlanta. He was animated, talking about something strategic and he’s serious.
We’re so unbelievably lucky to have him leading us. So many wonderful things are happening at the PKD Foundation and a lot because of his great leadership.
It’s a great time to be a part of it, this bigger thing, than just living with the disease. I’m forever grateful for an outlet like volunteering with the PKD Foundation has brought me. Beside raising my kids and a strong marriage, it’s the most rewarding thing I do.
I’ve been able to support families facing a PKD diagnosis and I’ve been able to bring educators to them through meetings. I’ve met lifelong friends as a result and I’m truly grateful for the impact they’ve made on me. I’ve been able to raise money for the PKD cause be it through research, education or advocacy, and I’m proud that our families and friends have joined us in this fight.
I’m proud to serve with people who are passionate, smart, and forward-thinking. I hope one day we can put the PKD Foundation out of business, I really do. Until that happens, I’ll try to be involved and do what I can, in whatever capacity I’m able.
Thank you, thank you to those that serve the PKD Foundation as volunteers, fundraisers, staff and strategic thinkers. You’ve made an immeasurable impact on me.
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