Introducing the Community Leader Program, and 2 Community Leaders
We're very pleased to announce the launch of our new Community Leader program. As MedHelp has grown in both number of members and the number of communities we have, the needs of these communities has also grown. Our Pregnancy communities would like to see different features than our Ovarian Cancer community. Out of this need, we came up with the Community Leader program.
A Community Leader will be a MedHelp member who will act like an ambassador to MedHelp, helping to communicate the feedback from the community as well as help us communicate back to the community from MedHelp. When we launch new features, like the Notes feature today, they will be able to help out with any questions. In addition to helping MedHelp, they will also be working with their community to help it grow, by welcoming new members, bringing up suggestions, etc. As always, anyone is still welcome to contact MedHelp directly. We love hearing from our members and it's a big part of what has made the site what it is today.
One thing to note, Community Leaders, will not be replacing the MedHelp moderators currently monitoring the site, however, the Leaders will be able to help if there is an issue and work with our moderators to address it. The Leaders are not working for MedHelp, they are still members, but ones that have taken on some added responsibility.
We're extremely excited about this program, and we're pleased to announce that we already have two Community Leaders for the Multiple Sclerosis community. Please join us in welcoming Quixotic1 and Heather3418 as the first Community Leaders for this community. This community is fairly new, but has been extremely successful very quickly with a lot of you having been in the much larger Neurology community previously. Back in Neurology and since we've opened this, both Quixotic1 and Heather3418 have been outstanding members. We're excited both have agreed to be a Community Leader and we're looking forward to working with them and you, to continue improving the experience in this community.
A no brainer! Great news for all of us in this wonderful family. Congrats to both of you and thank you again for all your hard work, dedication and most of all your compassion. We are blessed to have you both.
I can't think of 2 better people for the job. I know you will both be great. Quix was the very first person I ever talked to on the forum and she is the reason I stayed. I instantly felt like I was part of a big family instead of just another forum member. I have truly felt like my life matters when I'm here.
Also, ever since Heather has joined things have just gotten better. You have been wonderful to help all of us with our problems and for that I am truly grateful.
Thank you both for everything and also congratulations!
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