Paola Brown is president and founder of Americans for Homeopathy Choice, the voice of a growing number of mothers and other homeopathy users who want to protect their right to choose homeopathy. Paola is a wife and mother of three who has previously taught many introductory homeopathy classes. She received a B.A. in English education and an M.A. in curriculum and instruction from Arizona State University graduating summa cum laude both times. She taught college English for 13 years and high school English before that. Fluent in Portuguese and Spanish, Paola was also a health instructor with Care for Life, a nonprofit organization working to develop sustainable communities in Mozambique.
Allison Stusse is vice president of Americans for Homeopathy Choice. She also teaches classes on topics such as fermenting, birth education and homeopathy in various settings including her yoga studio. Allison, a wife and mother of four children, received a B.S. in nutrition and exercise from Virginia Tech. Allison has run several small businesses and is currently working as a birth doula when she is not assisting with projects for Americans for Homeopathy Choice. As a Marine spouse, she has lived all over the United States and traveled around the world. Her love for homeopathy drove her to join our team in early 2018.
Kaylee Braz is media director and co-founder for Americans for Homeopathy Choice. Kaylee is a full-time student in the healing arts. When she isn’t studying or cuddling her two young children, Kaylee is at work maintaining the organization’s website, technical function, and social media presence. Proud to be a millennial, she enjoys discovering new (and old) ways to raise her family simply and holistically. She has aspirations to bring other 20-somethings along for the ride! Homeopathy is a vital tool for good health for the Braz family. In order to help keep that tool available to all Americans, Kaylee joined the Americans for Homeopathy Choice team in early 2018.