Ambassadors

Muscular Dystrophy Canada Ambassadors

Muscular Dystrophy Canada is fortunate to be represented by five energetic and insightful individuals. Danielle Campo, Danielle Peers, Keith Martin, Normand Brathwaite and Luca “Lazylegz” Patuelli live Muscular Dystrophy Canada’s core values of Determination, Courage, Passion and Caring.

As Ambassadors, these individuals help to enhance and broaden awareness of Muscular Dystrophy Canada’s mission, programs and voluntary networks through appearances, speeches and other participatory opportunities. They are role models to many who are inspired to aim high and never give up!

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    Danielle Campo

    Danielle Campo knows what it takes to achieve goals. Only in her twenties, she has achieved more than most of us will accomplish in a lifetime. Danielle brings that hard work and dedication to Muscular Dystrophy Canada as an Ambassador.

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    Danielle Peers

    “Intensity” is the name of the game when you’re thinking of Muscular Dystrophy Canada's Ambassador Danielle Peers. A recipient of gold medals, league titles, all-star honours and MVP awards for basketball, Danielle was not aware she had a neuromuscular disorder until nearly 20 years of age.

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    Keith Martin

    Keith Martin has been an unofficial Muscular Dystrophy Canada Ambassador ever since his diagnosis with Facioscapulohumeral Dystrophy (FSHD) in October 2005. He attracted national attention in 2008 when he and four friends cycled across Canada.

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    Normand Brathwaite

    A chance meeting with one of Muscular Dystrophy Canada’s volunteers set Normand Brathwaite on a path to becoming one of the organization’s most passionate supporters.

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    Luca Patuelli

    Luca "Lazylegz" Patuelli has been a supporter of Muscular Dystrophy Canada's mission for several years. In 2008, he performed at Muscular Dystrophy Canada's first Youth in Action Conference. He wowed the audience with his unique break-dance style and his story.

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