Hi, My Name Is
“Never give up”
High School Team:
Lake Travis Cavalettes
10 x Boston Marathoner, model, spokesperson and
Eva was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis when she was five years old. This particular type of arthritis is a joint problem that often occurs in conjunction with psoriasis. For three years, she bravely battled through this diagnosis. When she was eight years old, she began experiencing pain in her right eye. She had partial vision loss in both eyes—20/200—which was irreversible and uncorrectable with eyeglasses. She is now legally blind with 20/1,000 vision in both eyes and has extreme sensitivity to light. Most recently, Eva has started experiencing hearing and breathing issues. She has seen several specialists including three different types of ophthalmologists. She is currently under the care of a neurologist and a Lyme Disease specialist. So far, no courses of treatment have helped. Eva’s motto is “Never give up,” and her hobbies include singing, playing the guitar, dancing, and gymnastics. Her Champion Teammates are 10 x Boston Marathoner, model, spokesperson and CC4C Founder, Talaya Frazier and the Lake Travis High School Cavalettes, who are excited to welcome her into their family as an honorary Cavelette this year. Go team Eva!