Setting Scoliosis Straight is grateful for the celebrity support we’ve received in the last couple years. These individuals have chosen to utilize their public platform to do great good on behalf of the patient communities we serve and children throughout the world that are living with complex spinal deformities.

Current Scoliosis Ambassador

Lorali Diaz

Lorali was diagnosed with scoliosis when she was 12 years old. She ended up getting spinal fusion surgery and had 16 screws placed on her spine.

But that didn’t stop her from pursuing her dream. Today, Lorali is Miss Minnesota 2022 and is proud to use her platform to support Setting Scoliosis Straight spread scolisois awareness and raise funds for scoliosis research.

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Leah Roddenberry

Leah was diagnosed with scoliosis when she was in the 8th grade. She was devastated by the news and feared that she will no longer be able to pursue her dream of dancing on the Miss America stage one day.

But she was wrong. Today, Leah is a Miss Florida 2021 and proud to say that she will be doing exactly that at Miss America’s 100th Anniversary Competition in December of 2021.

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Past Scoliosis Ambassador

Emm Arruda

Coming to us from Canada, Emm is using her new star platform to build major awareness and create a buzz for scoliosis. From walking the catwalk one day to taking an English final as a high school student, Emm is as authentic as it gets and we’re so fortunate to have her on team!

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Lindsay Ellingson

Lindsay has been a mover and shaker for scoliosis and has a deep passion for comforting patients, awareness, early detection, and state screening.

Although Lindsay has experienced tremendous success throughout her bustling modeling and cosmetic careers, she is as humble and down to earth as it gets.

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