#MEAction Welcomes our new managing editor

We would like to welcome Jaime to our team at #MEAction as our new managing editor.

With an MS, a freelance writing career, and a current teaching position in organic chemistry at the graduate level, Jaime comes to us with a background in writing, education, and science. An active member of Phoenix Rising for over a year, she has contributed numerous blog posts that delve into the science of ME. Her position as a National Board Certified instructor means she has a talent for conveying complex information in a friendly and understandable way, and her mentorship experience with writers makes her highly skilled at helping others ensure their work is powerful and passionate, clear and concise.
Over the course of her freelancing career, she has written and edited hundreds of published articles in health, wellness, and nutrition.
We hope you will join us in welcoming her to the #MEAction staff!
I’m very excited to be starting my work as Managing Editor at #MEAction! ME/CFS runs in my family, with my sister, mother, and myself affected. For this reason, I have a passionate interest in biomedical research, advocacy, and education, for the benefit of patients and physicians. My goal is to share my experience in the sciences, my skill with the written word, and my passion for advocacy to make the medical landscape a better place for people with ME/CFS and their families.

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