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Background Information

Employment History

Regional Coordinator

The HPS Network Inc


Network Regional Coordinator

The HPS Network Inc


Regional Coordinator

Network


Regional Coordinator

HPS Network and ATS Foundation


Affiliations

Moses Cone Hospital

Volunteer Board


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Tillman is honored by local hospital | Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome Network

Tillman is honored by local hospital
September 27, 2011 HPS Network Regional Coordinator Karen Tillman will be honored by Moses Cone Hospital on Sept. 27 th for volunteering more than 2,000 hours at the hospital. Tillman has served on the hospital's volunteer board, produced its volunteer newsletter, and spent many hours working at the discharge desk. She will be honored, with other awardees, at a gala dinner. Tillman has been able to use her connection with the hospital to outreach for HPS.


Mystery Diagnosis interviews Karen Tillman | Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome Network

Mystery Diagnosis interviews Karen Tillman
HPS Network Regional Coordinator Karen Tillman was interviewed by producers and a film crew from the popular Discovery Health television show Mystery Diagnosis May 20 - 22nd. The team traveled to Greensboro, N.C. and spent five hours interviewing Karen about her HPS diagnosis story. "The process was tiring," says Karen. She spent hours on the phone with various producers from the filming company in the weeks leading up to the filming. After the one-on-one interviews were completed at a local television studio, various scenes from Karen's medical life were re-created at her hospital using hired actresses to play Karen at various ages. Extras played the roles of doctors. The final day was spent filming re-creations at Karen's home. Karen threw a barbeque party for all of her local friends and family that helped with the filming as well as her annual fundraiser, the Human Race. Unfortunately, because filming was still taking place inside the house, Karen was barely able to attend her own party!


Greensboro Human Race Team raises money for the HPS Network | Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome Network

The team was organized by Karen Tillman, the Network's regional coordinator.
Walkers included: Ashley Breed, Carmela Espinosa, Lauren Hopkins, Bill Murray, Tommy Tillman, Holly Tillman, Karen Tillman and Blake Whitley.


September 2011 - Posts - Living on the Frontlines

The Mystery Diagnosis episode featuring Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome and Karen Tillman's story has aired in the Slovak Republic in Eastern Europe.
HPS Network Regional Coordinator Karen Tillman will be honored by Moses Cone Hospital on Sept. 27th for volunteering more than 2,000 hours at the hospital. Tillman has served on the hospital's volunteer board, produced its volunteer newsletter, and spent many hours working at the discharge desk. She will be honored, with other awardees, at a gala dinner. Tillman has been able to use her connection with the hospital to outreach for HPS. Posted Sep 27 2011, 03:37 PM by Living on the frontlines


North Carolina craft sales a success for the HPS Network | Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome Network

Tommy and Karen Tillman man the HPS craft booth
Tommy and Karen Tillman man the HPS craft booth Two craft sales in North Carolina raised $300 for the HPS Network in November. Karen Tillman managed both sales for the Network; one held for area non-profits at High Point Bank's Operation Center and the other held at Moses Cone hospital. Crafters that contributed goods to sale included: Karen Tillman, Heather Kirkwood and Fischlowitz-Leong.


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