myFace’s Dina Zuckerberg hosts a monthly broadcast and podcast series with interviews and roundtable discussions from the craniofacial community.
myFace, myStory aims to help educate the public about craniofacial differences and what those with facial differences deal with as individuals and as a community.
Sharing these stories will enable those within the community to feel empowered by letting them know they are not alone and that their voices are heard.
NASCAR Xfinity Series Driver Joe Graf, Jr. and mother Nancy share why they're Racing for myFace
Joe Graf Jr. is a 23-year-old rising star on the racing scene who has competed in the ARCA Menards Series, NASCAR Modified Series, INEX Legends Car Series, and the INEX Bandolero Series. In 2021, he began his sophomore season in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, but Joe and his family have been supporting the craniofacial community for years.
During this episode, we sit down with Joe Graf Jr and his mother Nancy Graf for a heartfelt conversation about growing up with craniofacial differences and why they're racing for myFace on September 19 at the myFace #RacesForFaces.
Join Joe Graf Jr at Races for Faces at www.racesforfaces.org.
A Conversation with Sisters Charmaine and Sarah Cooper about Craniofacial Differences
Best-selling author, comedian, and internet sensation Sarah Cooper and her sister Charmaine Cooper, an accomplished nurse practitioner for over 2 decades, join host Dina Zuckerberg for a candid, in-depth conversation on humor, passion, and community on the next episode of our new podcast series, myFace, myStory.
Born with Treacher Collins Syndrome, Charmaine offers her firsthand experience of living with a facial difference, while Sarah provides a heartfelt sibling perspective. Join us on Wednesday, August 18 LIVE on YouTube, or listen after wherever you enjoy your podcasts.
Panel Interview: Examining Facial Discrimination Throughout History
Join Dina Zuckerberg for a thought-provoking interview with Adele Capitella-Liu, Dean Kandilakis, and Jasmine Stewart as they address the history of craniofacial differences and discrimination.
A Roundtable Discussion: The Masks We Wear
Join Dina Zuckerberg, myFace's Director of Family Programs, for a thought-provoking discussion with members of the myFace community, including Nicholas Buoscio, Emily Krebs, Margaret Shair, and Patricia Simon, as we address the masks we wear, both physically and figuratively, and what’s behind those masks.
This is myFace, myStory!
Welcome to our first episode with an introduction to myFace, myStory, a new monthly series featuring conversations with the craniofacial community.
Meet Dina Zuckerberg, Director of Family Programs at myFace, an amazing organization dedicated to changing the faces – and transforming the lives – of children and adults with facial differences by providing access to holistic comprehensive care, education, resources, and support that pave the way for better outcomes.