44 Tourette Association Youth Ambassadors gather on the steps of the Supreme Court before meeting with Elected officials

More than 80 people from around the country, including forty-four 12-17 year old Youth Ambassadors from the Tourette Association of America, gathered yesterday, March 1st, on the steps of the Supreme court before heading into the US Capitol Building, as part of the Tourette Association of America’s Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill. Youth Ambassadors and their families met with their representatives in both the Congress and Senate to advocate for policies that improve the lives of people with Tourette.

Photo Caption: Youth Ambassador Kaleb Russel and his father, Jon Miller, President and CEO of the TAA, and Board Members Cindy Kurtz and Rovena Schirling, present Senator Bob Casey (Pennsylvania) with the Public Policy Award. (L to R)