Like many military brats, Meghan Kennedy faced the challenges of moving, making new friends, and going to new schools, but an epilepsy diagnosis at age 18 changed her life: stripped of a driver’s license, denied her degree, dealing with the fears and stigma associated with epilepsy. Although once on a plane waking up in an emergency room, she continuously makes transitions to continue living life positively despite the challenges of epilepsy. She doesn’t let it stop her from traveling or enjoying her other passion—ballroom dancing! Instead of hiding things, she is proactive in educating the public. Realizing the need for epilepsy awareness in her community led her to start Epilepsy Education Everywhere. Although EEE’s primary focus is the Inland Empire area in California, EEE’s reach is worldwide due to social media. Meghan has worked with people as far away as Thailand, India, Australia, and South Africa.