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Julie Sanchez's ABIDE Story

In honor of Women's Equality Day, Ascension Texas pediatric surgeon Julia Sanchez, MD, FACS discusses perseverance and her pursuit of equality as a woman of color in a male-oriented industry.

My ABIDE Story | Julie Sanchez | August 2022

 

Keep Your Cool With Summer Styles From Mila and Me

Summer is here and a lot of us are dreaming of comfy-cute and easy outfit options that’ll help us keep cool during the next several months. Enter Mila And Me…a local, hand-dyed, loungewear brand with matching mommy & baby options. 

KXAN Studio 512, June 21. 2022

 

Designing for Joy and Confidence

Saba Kamaras, MBA ’18, co-founded Spoonie Threads to combine her business acumen and love of fashion to co-found an adaptive clothing company.

Texas McCombs Magazine, Spring 2022

 

Dr Julie Sanchez named physician of the year representing the state of texas

Dr. Julie Sanchez named Physician of the Year for the state of Texas

Esteemed Pediatric Surgeon, Dr. Julie I. Sanchez, MD, FACS is meritoriously named "Physician of the Year" representing the state of Texas.

Patient Preferred Physicians & Practitioners, Feb 2022

 

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Dr. Julie Sanchez is recognized by Continental Who's Who

"When it comes to representing every body out there, brands have a lot of improvements to make, especially when it comes to designing adaptive clothing for people who have disabilities. Below, you’ll see eight of the best brands and destinations to shop for adaptable clothing."

Cison PR Newswire, Nov 5, 2021 

 

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The 8 Best Brands To Shop For Affordable & Cute Adaptive Clothing 

"When it comes to representing every body out there, brands have a lot of improvements to make, especially when it comes to designing adaptive clothing for people who have disabilities. Below, you’ll see eight of the best brands and destinations to shop for adaptable clothing."

Style Caster, Oct 25, 2021

 

Washington Post article with headline stating "retailers are rethinking back to school clothing for students with disabilities"

No seams, buttons or tags: Retailers are rethinking back-to-school clothing for students with disabilities

"American Eagle Outfitters' Aerie brand is selling camouflage-print ostomy covers and hot pink insulin pump belts."

Note: Aerie's ostomy covers are a part of a collaboration with Spoonie Threads.

The Washington Post, August 2021

Dr Julie Sanchez

Julie Sanchez, MD, FACS, a Pediatric Surgeon with Austin Pediatric Surgery

"Her medical expertise offers unique insights into the materials and fits that would be best for patient care. Some of her best ideas for products have come as solutions to parents’ concerns."

Pro News Report, August 2021