Director of Social Media, Awareness Day Coordinator

Kaitlyn PitmanKaitlyn Pitman

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My name is Kailyn, at 20 weeks I found out I was going to have a baby girl born with gastroschisis and I found Avery’s Angels while I was pregnant. Once my daughter was out of the NICU I knew I wanted to give back to other parents affected by Gastroschisis. I became a parent volunteer and helped with carepackages for awhile. But then I had the chance to step in and take over Social Media and I love it. I love that I can give back to Avery’s Angels, because even to this day they are still helping out me and my daughter. Now, as the Awareness Day Coordinator, you can contact me for more details on how to request your state, region, or province declare July 30th as¬†Gastroschisis Awareness Day. Or, visit our Official Proclamation Programs page..