BECOME AN AMBASSADOR
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The Aila Health Ambassador Program ensures that the patients are directly involved in Aila's product design. We have talked with hundreds of chronic illness patients already and are always looking to meet inspiring advocates who want to bring about change and new solutions for the autoimmune community.
Aila Health ambassadors are experts in their field. They understand what is like to live with their condition and have been working for years on navigating the health system to manage their care.
As we are building out a new model for patient care, we want patient voices front and center. We also count #chronicillnesswarriors as the strongest and most inspiring people we have met and love to celebrate their stories in our community.
As an ambassador, you can provide direct feedback to the Aila Health team on our product and services and amplify your voice as an advocate within your patient community. You'll also earn rewards for patients you refer to the Aila Health app.
What will I do?
Help empower other patients by sharing your story and insights with Aila's patient community and raise awareness about Aila Health in the autoimmune community on social media.
What is the time commitment?
Our ambassadors typically contribute 1-2 hours a month hosting digital events to connect with members of their community and regularly engaging with content we create.
Meet Some Of Our
Racquel H. Dozier was diagnosed officially with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in 2004, but the
onset of the disease started in 2002 when she was given a firm diagnosis of Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Racquel founded Lupus In Color to cater to the needs of
men, women & children of all colors of the rainbow directly affected with Lupus or
indirectly effected by lupus.
She never wanted anyone to
feel lost as they
Jenna Ziegler is a writer, social media marketer, and patient advocate. She was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in 2014 and also lives with two related conditions: enteropathic arthritis and a rare autoimmune liver disease called primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC).
On her blog, The Comical Colon, she writes about her chronic illness journey and shares hacks she’s learned along the way to help equip and support others along theirs.