Atlanta, GA CMTA Branch | Resource Directory | Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association

Resource Directory

Atlanta, GA CMTA Branch | Resource Directory | Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association

The Atlanta, GA CMTA Branch is for those who have Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease and their loved ones. We welcome you to join this vibrant group of active and caring individuals in your area to share resources, ideas, CMT-related information, and personal experiences and to, ultimately, build life-long friendships and support. Meetings will focus on CMT education, awareness, research updates, fundraising initiatives, advocacy, and current events and will include guest speakers. We love newcomers and hope you will join us at our next meeting!

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This CMTA branch meets in Atlanta at St. Martin in the Fields Episcopal Church at 3110 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, GA 30319. In 2018 we will meet, March 24, June 16, August 18, and October 20.  All meetings are at 2:00 pm. Go to www.stmartins.org for directions. We frequently have professional clinicians come to speak about managing the symptoms of CMT. We have about 30 people at each meeting with a mix of children and adults. Please feel free to come anytime!


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Jeannie Zibrida

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Jeannie has been a member of the group since its first meeting. Jeannie became aware of CMT in 1985 when her father was diagnosed. She also has an aunt and a brother with CMT1A, and she was a participant in the Vitamin C trial, one of the first studies to investigate a drug treatment for CMT. A former nutrition support dietician, Jeannie is retired from medical sales and hopes to still have the energy to help this wonderful group and with education, resources, awareness and fundraising. Jeannie and her husband, Alan Segrave, live on Lake Lanier and love to travel. Jeannie also loves to walk and hike with her golden retriever Dash. She is passionate about helping the CMTA in finding a cure and creating a “world without CMT!”

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