Sarah Tyghter is the 55-year-old Director of Education and Outreach at the Global Lyme Alliance. Ms. Tyghter is a lifelong resident of the state of Connecticut, the birthplace of Lyme disease. Despite attending primary and collegiate educational institutions in close proximity to Lyme, Connecticut, Ms. Tyghter received no Lyme health related education or training until she began to work at the Global Lyme Alliance. Ms. Tyghter’s classic Lyme disease symptoms were not properly diagnosed by her doctors for 5 years. If you would like to learn more about how a Lyme educator is tirelessly working with the Global Lyme Alliance to bring Lyme disease awareness and education to the world, then tune in now!
Kymberlie Stansell is a 38-year-old Duke University educated Lyme disease coach and “Wellness Sleuth.” Ms. Stansell’s Lyme disease journey began after she graduated from college and moved to New York in pursuit of an acting career. For 15 years she consulted with scores of doctors, spending tens of thousands of dollars eventually searching herself into diagnostic exhaustion. Finally, she was diagnosed with Lyme disease by a doctor in New York City. If you would like to learn more about how a Lyme coach had to connect with her inner sleuth to find clues to her health questions, then tune in now!
Jaime Jamgochian is a touring musician and worship artist from Nashville, Tennessee. Several of Ms. Jamgochian’s singles play on Christian radio stations and her most well-known original song “Hear My Worship” spent 12 weeks at #1 on National Christian Radio resulting in her recognition as a the #1 inspirational artist on the Billboard charts. In 2017, Ms. Jamgochian’s neurological Lyme disease required her to take a sabbatical from work and return home to live with her parents. Ms. Jamgochian began to regain her health while she treated with the New York Center of Innovative Medicine in Huntington, New York. If you would like to learn more about how a Lyme disease journey inspired a worship artist’s new album “All Things,” then tune in now!
Ashley Bobe is a business development specialist from Kansas City, Missouri. Ms. Bobe’s Lyme disease journey began at the age of 6 when she discovered an engorged tick biting her below her hair line. The tick was removed at a hospital and Ms. Bobe was treated with antibiotics. Unfortunately, Ms. Bobe’s childhood hospitalization foreshadowed a series of undefined adult illnesses that triggered hospital visits to every hospital in the states of Missouri and Kansas. At the age of 32, Ms. Bobe was finally diagnosed with Lyme disease resulting in treatment with one of the top Lyme disease doctors in the United States. If you would like to learn more about how Ashley Bobe located Lyme remission only after she left the traditional medical community and utilized the free Buhner Protocol, then tune in now!
Georgia P. Grey is the 30-year-old founder of WBH Nutrition, a holistic nutrition business. Ms. Grey’s Lyme disease symptoms began at the age of 24. Prior to the onset of symptoms, Ms. Grey was a teacher working 10 to 12 hour days and an avid runner competing in half and full marathons. During her Lyme disease treatment journey, Ms. Grey studied at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and became a Certified Holistic Health Coach. If you would like to learn more about how Lyme disease taught a first-grade teacher to slow down, love herself and launch a new career, then tune in now!
Renata Lindoso is a 40-year-old woman from Brasilia, Brazil. Ms. Lindoso’s Lyme disease journey began when she traveled to the United States (US) and was bitten by a tick causing her to suffer a bullseye rash and a long-term flu. Unfortunately, her diagnostic and treatment journeys were long and lonely due to her family, friends, and mental health professionals refusing to acknowledge her illness and diagnosis. If you would like to learn more about how a woman from Brazil refused to look at her “situation through her suffering” and “fought a lonely battle for [her] truth,” then tune in now!
Rachel Barnes is a 35-year-old woman from Northern Virginia. Ms. Barnes was Pursuing an active career as a commercial interior designer and project manager when she suffered a summer flu and knee pain that were written off by her doctor. Ms. Barnes’ diagnostic journey included being misdiagnosed by 10 doctors. Currently, she is working with Health Coach Jackie Shea (episode 10) and a Lyme Literate Medical Doctor (LLMD) who has prescribed antibiotics, herbs, dietary and detox protocols to rebuild her health. If you would like to learn more about how a designer is utilizing her project management skills to reconstruct her health, then tune in now.
Arianne Jones is an Olympic gold medal athlete, holistic nutritionist and Lyme disease activist (episode 83). Paige Lawrence is an Olympic athlete and performance coach. The two Olympic athletes merged their talents to build the Podium Performance Program (use coupon code TICKBOOTCAMP for 10% off). If you would like to learn more about how a performance and holistic nutritional program may be a next step in your Lyme disease recovery journey, then tune in now!
Alexandra Moresco is a well-known Lyme disease activist (episode 101) married to University of Chicago MBA DJ McKerr. Ms. Moreso and Mr. McKerr merged their talents to build Advocacy Express, a tool designed to help Lyme disease patients lobby their elected representatives with letters written by policy experts to advocate for those living with tick-borne illness. If you would like to learn more about Alexandra Moresco’s pivot to entrepreneurship as a new tool in her Lyme disease toolbox, then tune in now!
Lena is a health, fashion and beauty influencer currently residing in California. Lena was born and raised in the former Soviet Union where she was exposed to radiation from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident. At the time Lena and her family immigrated to the United States, she was not aware that her exposure to Chernobyl radiation compromised her immune system. While attending a cultural festival in Upstate New York, Lena was bitten by a tick and became chronically ill. To treat her chronic illness, Lena built a team of healthcare professionals including health coach Daisy White (Tick Boot Camp Podcast Episode 80). As part of her emotional healing journey, Lena was encouraged to pursue an outlet and she created a fashion Instagram page: @Panthere_InStyle. Today, @Panthere_InStyle has inspired 4.3 million followers and has become a platform for fashion and Lyme disease advocacy. If you would like to learn more about how a mysterious fashion influencer built a team of healthcare professionals and turned a mindset outlet into a platform to bring Lyme disease awareness to millions of people, then tune in now!