Natalie Y. Beavers

Patient Leader

Natalie Y. Beavers is an epilepsy survivor, advocate, and founder of the “Angels Of Epilepsy Foundation” outside of Atlanta, GA. She is a proud mother of her two sons and work very hard interacting with many epilepsy survivors and their families, as well as spreading the awareness to get more people educated and involved within the epilepsy community. Natalie was diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of 5 and throughout her life she’s dealt with many obstacles and challenges. In the summer of 2006, Natalie had a seizure while driving and it became a tragic car accident that change her entire life. Results from several brain tests in 2007, she was told by doctors that there was a lot of damage tissue on the left temporal-lobe and a cyst on her brain. Natalie had two craniotomy (brain) surgeries in 2008 which did decrease her seizure activity. But due to the cyst that’s still on her brain, she battles with seizures from time to time. Spending so much time in the hospital, Natalie met many epilepsy survivors which many of them had similar stories. She talked to her parents about starting an organization that will visit and give gifts to patients at hospitals and assistance for the families. In 2008, the Angels Of Epilepsy Inc. non-profit charity, was organized and has now helped so many survivors and families in Georgia and other states. In 2013, Natalie created a book entitled “The Seizure Diary” and it has made it to 7 countries so far. She has received 3 awards in 2017-2018, which one is the "WEGO Health Lifetime Achievement Award." Natalie also had a television appearance on the well-known show "Divorce Court", to give advice and encouragement to a couple dealing with epilepsy. Being a mother and advocate, Natalie empowers those living with a disability and so many others. She hopes to expand her charity, Angels Of Epilepsy, in other states and continue to supply the needs for the many lives that matter.


Smyrna, GA


Lifetime Achievement

Natalie Beavers is a fighter! Not just for herself but for all of the other Epilepsy survivors around the world. She has been a God send in my life since my diagnosis in 2015. As a matter of fact, she's the reason I finally found out that I have Epilepsy.

Natalie Beavers - Angels of Epilepsy actively advocates for patients and survivors both online and in the community. AOE often visits patients who're hospitalized, delivering cheer, gifts and offering support to their loved ones and caregivers. Our community is a better place because of AOE and their charitable contributions.  — Sheron

Natalie is a wonderful and compassionate leader in the epilepsy community. She takes care of others while she continues to fight the same battle epilepsy patients and their families are facing.  — Emily

Natalie is a beautiful, kind and selfless person. As one who lives with epilepsy, she fights for all who are affected by epilepsy. She is as the name says. An angel. She brightens the days of those battling the condition with her gifts of care, love and souvenirs. I am so happy to not only call her a fellow journeyer but a great friend!

This person by the name of Natalie Beavers selflessly gives her time and attention to those affected with epilepsy. She has been there for us since we 1st found our son going thru his 1st episode on December 24, 2015... Her Seizure diary log helps document all seizures accurately.  — Syreeta

I am nominating Natalie because she is a beautiful, kind and selfless angel for epilepsy. Living with epilepsy, she fights for those who are affected by the condition. Offering gifts of love, care and souvenirs to brighten their day. I am so glad to not only call her a fellow journeyer but a great friend!  — Tiffany

I am nominating Miss Natalie beavers for this award I think she is well deserving of this award after all the hard work she has put in for advocating for epilepsy education epilepsy awareness epilepsy support. Her consistent compassion and drive when it comes to epilepsy and knowledge that she gives to the community makes her perfect candidate.

Natalie is an integral part of the epilepsy community. She is compassionate and assist people with all of their needs. She is a true leader and continues to touch children, adults, researchers, and other community leaders lives. She initiated epilepsylivesmatter to show others that people with epilepsy are not abnormal and to reduce the stigma!!!  — Demetrius

Angels Of Epilepsy Foundation gets much interaction with survivors, families, and other advocates on Twitter. Natalie’s book “The Seizure Diary” has gain great attention majority on Twitter. She also tells her story about living with epilepsy and how the voices of many survivors must be heard and Angels Of Epilepsy Twitter followers have shared!  — Natalie

Natalie has dedicated all of her time and efforts into educating, assisting, and contributing to survivors with Epilepsy and community. She leads by example and has one of the biggest hearts in the entire world. I am proud to call her a partner. Natalie exemplifies the meaning of a humanitarian, philanthropist, and hero. WAY TO GO NAT!  — Porcha

Natalie Beavers is truly compassionate when it comes to spreading epilepsy awareness support and advocating for those who are in need of resources. She is an epilepsy Survivor fighting for those who are fighting the epilepsy battle daily this is why I nominate her, she has true compassion and hope for one day that there will be a cure for epilepsy

Natalie Beavers is a inspiration to our community. She have done a lot for those who Is just liked her. She has educated those who may not know much about her day to day living and the things that she has accomplished through her trying times.  — Travonda

I had the pleasure in mentoring AOE. In just 90-days she launched the AOE Newsletter and hosted a National Purple Day event. Additionally, the entire AOE attending board of directors training, created a fundraising plan for their first $25,000 campaign goal, created their BOD Manual, state/local charitable license. AOE is beyond ready to serve!  — Brandi

Natalie Y. Beavers

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