Originally from Alaska, Heather is a devoted mother of five amazing children and the wife a
wonderful husband. She joined the MyCycleStory team in January 2022 and collaborated closely with amazing colleagues from Children’s Health Defense and MyCycleStory, coauthoring two peer-reviewed scientific studies. She is the Science and Research Administrator for Children’s Health Defense and contributes to the science department through administrative assistance, scientific research, and writing for variety of projects that focus on vaccine safety, childhood health, and medical freedom. Her background is in therapeutic massage, biology, and sociology.
Heather has a passion for being a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves and has been a strong voice for children in her community, relentlessly advocating for freedom against medical mandates within the public school system. She has advocated in public forum for her son, who has Down syndrome, and his rights in accordance with the American with Disability Act (ADA), Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and the Fair Housing Act (FHA) and has volunteered for several non-profits and in various special needs classroom settings. Heather homeschools her three youngest children and enjoys spending time with her family, fishing, baking and training Brazilian jiujitsu.