On this episode of the CMT 4 Me, Chris and Liz O introduce Edmonton CMTA Branch leader Victoria Berezovich. Victoria is known as CMT Barbie because she is a model with Kello Inclusive. She’s also one of the stars of the docu-series Push which takes place in Canada and gives viewers an inside look at a diverse group of people living with physical disabilities.
Are you ready to be moved by Victoria's story? Here are three impactful moments you won't want to miss:
- Finding a supportive community: Victoria emphasizes the importance of having a supportive community while living with a progressive disease like CMT. She shares her experiences with the CMT community and her advocacy work, which have helped her find support and strength.
- Advocacy work: Victoria is a passionate advocate for people with disabilities, and her work has made a significant impact in the CMT community. She has been actively involved in advocacy work and has raised her hand to be a CMTA branch leader in Edmonton, Canada. She encourages others to get involved in advocacy work as well.
- “Push”-ing boundaries Victoria talks about her experience on the docu-series "Push," available on the GEM Network in Canada, which takes you inside and intimately with a very special disabled group in Edmonton, coined the “Wheelie Peeps.” The show follows people with disabilities as they navigate life through good times and bad. Victoria shares how the show has helped her push boundaries and break stereotypes, and how she found support through acceptance, knowledge, and one big ambition - to live life to the fullest.
Don't miss this inspiring conversation with Victoria Berezovich! Listen to the full episode of the CMT 4 Me podcast to learn more about her experiences and advocacy work. And if you want to get involved in the CMT community, consider participating in the Cycle 4 CMT event or other advocacy work. Together, we can make a difference!
For more information about CMT and to support the CMTA, please visit www.cmtausa.org