1.27.22

#115: Esi Akyere Mali Arthur Snodgrass | 33 Years in the Making

Demanding better care and not being afraid to ask for it, Esi Akyere Mali Arthur Snodgrass is helping others find their voice and live life knowing they are complete and whole. You got to get to know this dynamic woman! Dive into this action-packed episode and find out Esi’s story, diabetes management, and advocacy for those who aren’t getting the diabetes care they deserve!

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BIO: 

Mrs. Esi Akyere Mali Arthur Snodgrass was diagnosed with Type I diabetes two weeks after her 6th birthday. She celebrates her 33rd diaversary this month. She is the secretary at a school for children with exceptional needs and is passionate about human rights. She currently lives in Goodlettsville,  Tennessee with her loving husband Joseph Blaine Snodgrass and their two disobedient dogs Maximilian Rothschild Snodgrass and Sheba Mystique Arthur Snodgrass.

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One thought on “#115: Esi Akyere Mali Arthur Snodgrass | 33 Years in the Making

  1. This interview is informative and invigoration. The positive ton between the host and guest is welcoming and held my attention. I was diagnosed at age 10, and have been living with Type 1 diabetes for 50 years. I remember the day, time , and what took place during my 2 weeks stay in the hospital. I’m looking forward to more interviews on the Daily Grind.

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