Our project’s 28th media partner is Kamilah Martin-Proctor, founder and Executive Director of the Martin Multiple Sclerosis Alliance Foundation (MMSAF).
She was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis when she was sixteen. She founded the MMSAF in 2004 in an effort to promote symptom awareness and education about Multiple Sclerosis in historically under represented and underserved populations. She was the Program Administrator for the Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Program at Howard University. She was the Ward 4 co-coordinator for the District of Columbia’s Government Neighborhood Services Initiative; Legislative Correspondent for Congresswoman Shelia Jackson Lee D-TX and Executive Assistant in Senator Robert Menendez’s D-NJ office.
Mrs. Martin-Proctor received a B.A. in Political Science and an M.A. in Organizational and Cultural Communication from Howard University.