Emmah Money Takes Over Cure4CF
Emmah Money lives with the life-threatening lung disease Cystic Fibrosis and knows firsthand the challenges that come with this debilitating, invisible disease.
With a life expectancy of just 37, she was given up for adoption at only days old after doctors believed she wouldn’t survive. Now in her thirties, Emmah has a list of credible achievements and inspires many globally;
- By the time she approached adulthood at just 17, she became an author publishing her first book, an autobiography; The Words Inside.
- In 2005 she won the national Australian Girlfriend Magazine’s ‘Girlfriend of the Year’ and launched a modelling career
- In 2006 she won the ‘Marion City Council Citizen of the Year’ Award
- She was the ‘International Day Of People with Disability’ Winner for 2007
- She went on to become the ‘International Day of People with Disability’ Ambassador for 2008
- She received the December 2011 ‘Westpac CEO Award’, donating $10,000 towards the research in finding a cure for Cystic Fibrosis
- She has featured on the ABC’s Australian Story
- She is a wife and mother to two beautiful children
- She is now a motivational speaker
A passionate and inspiring speaker, Emmah regularly speaks in schools across Australia inspiring students with her powerful personal account about overcoming obstacles, including bullying and depression. She’s even shared her story with the likes of former US president Bill Clinton and super chef Jamie Oliver!
Emmah Evans is a true inspiration and continuously makes a positive impact to the community.