Join us for our next Beta Change Minisode with Sena Yüzgeç, environmental engineering student, designer of the SeYu collection, and creator of Diabetsese! Sena has been living with type 1 diabetes for over 10 years and will be joining us from Turkey.
Don’t forget to follow her on Instagram: @Diabitess and check out the Global Postcard she wrote for us here.
We welcome back our returning guest Nicole Reed for her third Minisode. Nicole is the founder of a chapter of The College Diabetes Network (NYU Chapter of College Diabetes Network) and as she gets ready to tackle her final year at NYU, she chats with Ashley about preparing for the big wide world!
Joe Solowiejczyk joined host Fi Scott to discuss the impact of diabetes on the whole family. Joe wears many hats: he has lived with type 1 diabetes for 57 years, is a family therapist, author of The Type 1 Diabetes Guide To The Universe, and more!
In this inspiring Minisode, Dan’elle from Color Me Glucose talks with Pei Yan about how the diabetes community impacts her, what motivates her to run her own YouTube channel, and what she thinks is missing from the diabetes space!
Mary Shi joins us this International Women’s Day to chat about her experiences of moving from China to Paris to complete her PhD. Here, we talk about the challenges and success in adjusting to a different culture, language and healthcare system.
In this Minisode, Ashley speaks with Fabiana about her diabetes advocacy work. In particular, how she helps other people with diabetes to celebrate and make the most out of life with diabetes through the Divabetic movement she founded in Brazil.
Ps. we even have Portuguese subtitles for this video!
Heather Walker is a diabetes advocate and a PhD Candidate. Her passion, engagement and endless curiosity has seen her through various journeys and now exploring the land of academia. In this minisode, she shares her story and all her wisdom of how she got into research and academia, juggling motherhood and the importance of self-care.
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Shelsea describes herself as a human pancreas for her daughter, Coral, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when she was just 16 months old. Since Coral’s diagnosis, Shelsea has become a fierce diabetes advocate, sharing her experiences on her blog T1dLife and becoming a beacon of hope and comfort for other parents of kids with diabetes. In our Minisode with her, we chat about all things diabetes advocacy and support.