Thirty years ago, I was thrust into a world of uncertainty when seizures became a constant companion in my life. The unpredictable storms of generalized tonic-clonic seizures left me battered and bruised, both physically and emotionally. From nearly losing my unborn child to grappling with memory challenges, my journey with epilepsy was marked by pain, embarrassment, and silent suffering.  For years, I questioned why epilepsy chose me, enduring physical injuries, hospitalizations, and the shadow of a shorter life expectancy. The turning point arrived 15 years ago when I confronted a choice: let epilepsy define me, or rise above its challenges. Determined not to be defeated, I embraced my reality and decided that epilepsy would not shackle my dreams. Learn More

Enat Yewnetu
Founder and CEO