Cazandra Campos-MacDonald is an educator by choice and an advocate by chance. She speaks across the country at events directed to families with bleeding disorders. Her writing includes a personal blog, a second blog specifically chronicling the journey of her two sons with hemophilia and inhibitors, and articles and blog posts written for various other publications. She is passionate about sharing her life, from the joys and fortunate experiences to the sorrow and heartbreak. She also shares from the depths of her heart to families of children with chronic illnesses to live in hope and not fear. Cazandra’s older brother died from complications to the same disorder as an infant. Her family lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. She serves as a patient advocate and holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Houston Baptist University.