Sloan Meader

Katelyn Winkler

“Being diagnosed with Scoliosis and having to go through this ordeal for the past four years has made me realize how strong I am. I am strong, beautiful, and I happen to have a Curvy spine. I may not be Curvy on the outside but I am on the inside. And that’s what counts. I started the Iowa chapter of the International Curvy Girls Scoliosis Support group because I wanted to connect with other girls. Being able to connect with young women globally and give a speech at the international convention was the most amazing opportunity that I’ve been gifted. “

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