Constance joined the PCOSAA team in 2017 as the Publications Editor. After experiencing many symptoms of PCOS for years, she was officially diagnosed in July of 2010. She had been advised that her symptoms were normal, but she knew that was not the case. Quickly, she discovered that many women suffered from PCOS and needed support. Later in 2010, Constance create the support group Durham NC Cysters. This group would meet regularly to discuss their symptoms, struggles, victories, and the day-to-day of having PCOS. Unfortunately, Constance relocated back to her native state of Georgia in 2011; however, the group continued.
Constance is passionate about empowering and educating women (and their families and loved ones) about PCOS. In her experience, having ‘odd’ symptoms, being overweight, and having fertility issues were a source of pain and ridicule – often causing her to question herself, her womanhood, and her morals. Thus, she would like to help facilitate a world where discussion and education are at the forefront.
Although she is originally from Rome, Georgia, she currently calls Houston, Texas home with her husband, David; two cats, Jelly and Spike; and two German Shepherds, Izzy and Max. Constance earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia in 2009. Currently, Constance works as a content specialist for a title insurance company and as a freelance editor, marketer, and writer. In her free time, she enjoys going to the movies and attending car events, museums, and sporting events with her husband and playing with her dogs.