Alisha is communications-minded, and she delivers a well-polished presentation in person, in both formal and small group settings.
Thoughtful, articulate and engaging.
Alisha has many talents and has helped NPF in various ways. Both in speaking and in writing, Alisha has a thoughtful, articulate and engaging way of sharing her experience living with psoriasis in a manner that is authentic and relatable.
Making the most impact!
Each year WEGO Health awards top deserving Patient Leaders within the WEGO Health Awards. The Patient Leader award is the most coveted as it’s given to the leader who’s making the most impact with their advocacy work. Alisha was the 2017 winner and was truly deserving of the award. Her raw, real, down to earth attitude makes her so relatable and approachable. She’s well spoken, professional and is a difference maker. She tops our go-to list of leaders – not only within the psoriasis community but the advocacy community as a whole.
A game changer!
Alisha Bridges is a game changer and innovator who uses social media and her blog to empower others living with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Alisha used to be ashamed of her condition and like many people with psoriasis, she refused to talk about. Now, she changes lives every day through her blog, encouraging people to speak out for themselves, get involved and get the help/support they need.