Young filmmaker and entrepreneur Kaitlyn August to receive 2022 Clayton Feig Youth Award by Epilepsy Alliance Florida

Epilepsy
February 8, 2022

Young filmmaker and entrepreneur Kaitlyn August to receive 2022 Clayton Feig Youth Award by Epilepsy Alliance Florida

Young filmmaker and entrepreneur Kaitlyn August to receive 2022 Clayton Feig Youth Award by Epilepsy Alliance Florida. She was chosen in recognition of outstanding and creative efforts by a youth with epilepsy who serves as an instrumental source of inspiration to others.

This award is given by Epilepsy Alliance Florida to youth who highlight the important work of those who are dedicated to removing the stigma and misunderstandings associated with epilepsy. It was established in memory of Clayton Feig, a young man who demonstrated courage and strength of character while dealing with epilepsy.

Kaitlyn August is currently working on a short film about her experience as a survivor in the Parkland School Shooting and using her art as a means for healing. She has always had a passion for the arts and participated in many theater and acting classes throughout her elementary and middle school years. She continued her artistic endeavors in high school where she was very active in her school’s color guard when she wasn’t performing. Outside of her studies, Kaitlyn started creating her own jewelry and currently showcases her creations on her Instagram account.

She will receive her award, alongside other notable Florida youth, on March 27, 2022 in Hollywood, FL as part of the “Walk the Talk” walk-a-thon and participate as part of a walk team of family and friends while advancing the cause of epilepsy awareness.

Our new name is Epilepsy Alliance Florida*Same Mission *Same Help *Same Services

As of April, 2022 Epilepsy Florida officially changes its organizational name to Epilepsy Alliance Florida.

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