Brenda Snow knows what rock bottom feels like: At 30, she was confined to a wheelchair in a nursing home. Her doctors told her there was little she could do about her multiple sclerosis, going as far as suggesting she relinquish custody of her only daughter, the love of her life. Left with little options, and little hope, Brenda feared the worst for her life.
But then, something happened—courage happened. She refused to let her circumstances be controlled by someone other than her. Brenda understood that she herself had the power to turn things around. She could choose to fight, or choose to give up. She decided to fight.
From that moment on, Brenda’s life has been dedicated to courage; at first, the courage to find the solutions to her own health problems, and later, to help advocate for others with medical conditions to unlock their own courage. After years of helping and learning from others, she’s ready to bring courage to a bigger platform.