Elizabeth Faddis is from Annapolis, Maryland.
She is a speaker, social media influencer, blogger and actor.
At age 26, Elizabeth found out that she had Dyspraxia. Today, she tries to motivate people using her story and to spread awareness for Dyspraxia.
Dyspraxia is a developmental coordination disorder. It affects fine gross motor skills. It is a life long condition with no cure. It affects between 2-10 percent of the population. Symptoms of Dyspraxia may include:
- Problems planning
- Balance and coordination
- Sequencing thoughts and movements
Dyspraxia is often misdiagnosed and goes hand in hand with ADHD, and Dyslexia.
She is a writer/contributor for AND Magazine, and writes primarily on social issues, religion and politics.
Along with writing, she founded and roasts all the coffee from ELF Coffee Roasters. She has also worked on several successful political campaigns in roles such as social media manager, communications director and volunteer coordinator.