Looking Back…Moving Forward: Dedicated to Human and Community Service

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Elizabeths pictureIn 1994, the first Hydrocephalus Association scholarship fund was established by founding members Russell and Emily Fudge in memory of their son, Gerard. Our scholarship program is now able to offer nine scholarships annually to young adults with hydrocephalus. As part of our interview series in commemoration of our 30th anniversary, our intern, Jessica Ford, sits down with Elizabeth Ann Norris, to talk about growing up with hydrocephalus and her thoughts on the Hydrocephalus Association. Elizabeth currently attends Lenoir-Rhyne University and will graduate this year with a major in Human and Community Service. She was the 2012 recipient of the Mario J. Tocco Hydrocephalus Foundation scholarship. (more…)