Samantha Dwyer | Gold Coast, AUS

Name: Samantha Dwyer

Location: Gold Coast, Australia

Do you work/volunteer for any organisations featured on TOWNHALL?

FARA (Friedreich Ataxia Research Association)

What’s your role within the above organisation?

I am a patient ambassador. What that means is I have Friedreich Ataxia and I am committed to supporting fara in the search for a treatment and cure. I represent the community and work with fara on a number of different tasks.

A bit about yourself:

My sister and I were diagnosed with FA when I was 10. I am now 25, have a degree in business and work in marketing. I am passionate about helping out in the FA community.

Work/Volunteer Experience?

I have been an ambassador for a year.

What’s your ‘why’?

I have FA myself and so does my sister.

What skills do you have?

Public speaking and writing.

Are you happy to be contacted for volunteer/work opportunities or collaborations?


TOWNHALL interests:

  • Community Support
  • Health
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