Scleroderma Victoria welcomes a new editor to its committee

We are thrilled that Georgie Waters has joined the Scleroderma Committee as our newsletter editor. Georgie loves to write, and has a background in linguistics with a Bachelor of Speech, Language and Hearing.

Georgie is passionate about increasing public awareness of under-represented health conditions, particularly scleroderma. We are so glad to have her on board to help us spread the word as we continue to raise scleroderma awareness.

Hailing from Adelaide, Georgie lives with her rescue cat, Remy. You’ll often find her typing away at her computer unless Remy is already sitting on it! When she isn’t working with Scleroderma Victoria, Georgie works as a pharmacy assistant.

As a person who experiences a mental health condition, Georgie welcomes the opportunity to talk about living with depression. She believes that the more we talk about mental health, the more we breakdown the damaging beliefs that result from misinformation.

We look forward to working with Georgie as we continue our mission to improve the lives of people living with scleroderma.We’re excited to announce that Georgie Waters has joined the Scleroderma Victoria team of dedicated volunteers.

Our dedicated volunteers support those living with scleroderma.

Scleroderma Victoria is a vital source of support for people living with scleroderma. One practical way we support our members is by providing relevant, credible information.

Our quarterly newsletter is a great way to stay updated on the latest scleroderma research and developments. Our newsletters also packed with events, support services and fundraising initiatives.

We want to hear from you!

At Scleroderma Victoria, we pride ourselves on providing the best support, education, and research to our community. By sharing our experiences, we help others with their scleroderma journey.

Do you have a personal story you’d like to share? If so, Georgie would love to hear from you. She’s already started work on the next edition, and is eager to hear from our community members. You can contact her at  

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