"It's a lot of work, but when you go and see those kids' faces, and their parents' faces, it's all worth it."
Danielle McKain is the founder and president of Jameson's Army, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and funding for children and families affected by congenital heart disease. Danielle was inspired to create Jameson's Army after her son, Jameson, was born in 2010 with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and received a heart transplant in August of 2011. Jameson's Army provides ongoing, collaborative support to the Cardiac ICU and Heart Center at the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
Danielle holds a Master of Science in Business from Robert Morris University. She is committed to sharing her experience with other parents facing a congenital heart disease diagnosis, and a passionate advocate for organ donation.