The Sturge-Weber Foundation Forms SWF Task Force

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SWF Task Force to Unite Collaboration

The Sturge-Weber Foundation (SWF), a 501 ©3 not-for-profit organization, is launching a new Patient Engagement Network (PEN) initiative. The PEN Task Force Teams will utilize volunteers and their unique talents. It creates an opportunity to join forces with people of diverse experiences around the world. This united collaboration will create lasting bonds of friendship and further The Sturge-Weber Foundation Mission.    

The SWF Task Force is a natural extension of the Patient Engagement Network (PEN) established in 2016. The Task Force consists of twelve teams that will focus on quality of life and medical treatment matters and foster respect for cultural differences.

Each team will consist of a chairperson and 3-5 members that are comprised of a patient, caregiver, and/or healthcare provider. All members will apply to be a part of the PEN Task Force and will be selected based on interest, knowledge, time and talent.

“I am truly excited the SWF is launching the Patient Engagement Network (PEN)Task Force and associated teams to utilize the wealth of knowledge and life experiences from our extensive patients and providers. This PEN Task Force extend our reach across the globe with vetted resources and manpower beyond our current capacity. More importantly, it will empower those who participate in the Task Force.”,stated Karen L Ball, SWF Founder and CEO.

For additional information on SWF, contact Susan Finnell, sfinnell(at) 973-895-4445 Visit us online at

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