Tag Archives: arteriovenous malformation

Role Model: Jasmine Grey of Jaz’s Jammies and More Than Skin Deep

So often we read about people who overcame tragedy or illness to create amazing foundations or programs in hopes of bringing about positive change and helping others.  Why do some of us thrive in the face of adversary and some thrive is a question for another article. This is about a person who thrived in […]

From Pajamas to Documentaries

Jaz Gray has been actively making  a difference in the world from a young age. She has done this wile also excelling at school, graduating from college and having 32 surgeries since she was a child.  Jaz is a survivor of AVM, Arteriovenous Malformation. This birth defect affects hundreds of thousand of people around the world. […]

Update on More Than Skin Deep

I shouldn’t be promoting other fundraisers while I am working on my own, but Jasmine Grey is making an important documentary and I want to support her. Besides, since when do I do what sane people do.  Hahaha! She has reached her her goal, but if she can make more she will be able to […]

The Most Inspiring Young Woman of 2012!

I met Jaz Gray online when she was hosting a pajama drive for children with long stays in the hospital and also children at homeless shelters. At the time she was still in High School. What I didn’t know about Jaz at first is that she has AVM, Arteriovenous Malformation.  Now she has graduated from […]