The Zebra Network
Based out of Maryland, USA
c/o Players Philanthropy Fund
1122 Kenilworth Drive, Suite 307
Towson, MD 21204
Victoria Graham, Founder & President
The Zebra Network was founded by Victoria Graham after being diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome at the age of 13. Struggling with the daily battle against EDS, the frustrations of dealing with doctors unknowledgeable about EDS - lending them unreliable and unhelpful, Victoria has refused to let EDS control her life. She played collegiate soccer and lacrosse at Eastern University and, after 8 brain and spinal neurosurgeries, went on be crowned as Miss White Oak 2016 and Miss Frostburg 2017, where she presents the platform: "But You Don't Look Sick" - Making Invisible Illnesses Visible.
Victoria has appeared on television, on news stations and in news papers, even internationally to advocate for rare and invisible illnesses. She strives to be a living example to live beyond a diagnosis, unlimited by an illness. At the age of 22, she created The Zebra Network.
The Zebra Network has a fiscal sponsorship with the Players' Philanthropy Fund. Through this charitable platform, we are able to provide the awareness, advocacy, education for Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and the support to patients, as a 501(c)(3) status organization, that is so desperately deserved.
Meet the Team
Christina Doherty, Advocacy Team
Gendi Roberts, Advocacy Team
>Christchurch, New Zealand
Cheyenne Adele Rose, Advocacy Team
Rachael Wilson, Advocacy Team