Meet Kierstyn- Our Social Media Coordinator

Social Media Coordinator

About Me

Hello, Turner Syndrome Foundation community! My name is Kierstyn Holly & I am the Social Media Coordinator here at TSF. I am currently a junior Public Relations major at Monmouth University. I am gaining knowledge and experience in the fast-paced world of Public Relations. Not only do I go to school but I also love watching TV shows, volunteering, hanging out with friends and family, and I absolutely LOVE to travel!!

How I Got Here

I came to the Turner Syndrome Foundation when I saw they were looking for someone to help out with social media. It was perfect!!! I was able to find a position that will give me experience for my future career. Little did I know what an impact this wonderful organization would have on me.

Not only do I get to do what I love everyday, but I also get to learn & experience new things. I absolutely love working for an organization that cares about advocating and helping those who have Turner Syndrome get the care they need to live a healthier life!

A Passion for the Cause

My time here at TSF has been incredible. Before I came to the Turner Syndrome Foundation, I will admit that I was unaware of what Turner Syndrome was. Now that I am a volunteer, I find it amazing how hard working and passionate so many people are about Turner Syndrome. My time as the Social Media Coordinator here has encouraged me to make strides in raising awareness for those with Turner Syndrome.

Lessons Learned

This opportunity has taught me valuable lessons that I will take with me for the rest of my life and throughout my career. First, I learned that all it takes is one person to make a difference. Second, I know that this community of incredible women and girls are so very powerful!

Thank you, Kierstyn, for offering your knowledge and time to this cause! Follow us on social media to see all the wonderful contributions Kierstyn has made.




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