Schedule an Interview or Appearance with Sasha Ottey,
To request an interview, please call (877) KICK-PCOS or email
To inquire about an appearance for a speaking engagement, conference or other event, please email PCOS Challenge Public Relations, fax the request to (301) 244-9902 or send a written letter to:
PCOS Challenge, Inc.
Recent Media Coverage
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- Historic Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Resolution Introduced in U.S. Senate
- PCOS Challenge and Omega Phi Alpha National Service Sorority Answer Call of the U.S. Congress to Help Fight Women’s Health Epidemic
- Historic Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Resolution Introduced in U.S. Congress
- Ashley Levinson Receives 2016 Ricardo Azziz PCOS Challenge Advocacy Leadership Award
- Omega Phi Alpha Receives 2016 PCOS Challenge Community Service Award
- PCOS Challenge and Omega Phi Alpha National Service Sorority Fight Women’s Health Epidemic
- PCOS Challenge and Thomas Jefferson University Continue National Lead in Addressing Critical PCOS Healthcare Gaps
- PCOS Challenge and PCOS Diva Announce Confidence Grant to Help Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
- Angela Grassi, RD Receives 2015 Ricardo Azziz PCOS Challenge Advocacy Leadership Award
- Open Source Health announces Sasha Ottey, Founder of PCOS Challenge to the Advisory Board
- PCOS Challenge and Emory Reproductive Center Help Hundreds of
Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome During PCOS Awareness Month
- PCOS Challenge and UCLA Health Address Critical PCOS Healthcare Gaps Impacting Millions of Women
- PCOS Challenge and Thomas Jefferson University Take National Lead in Addressing Critical PCOS Healthcare Gaps
- PCOS Challenge and Healthcare Leaders Call for Support to Address Major Health Disparities for
Women with PCOS
- PCOS Challenge Brings Together Leading Experts on Polycystic Ovary Syndrome for Awareness Symposium
- NVN Therapeutics Supports PCOS Challenge in the $4 Billion Fight Against Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
- PCOS Challenge Wins National Cable Television Award for Groundbreaking New Series
- September Is National Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month
- PCOS Challenge Takes Bold New Step to Help Women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
- Groundbreaking PCOS Challenge Television Series to Help Women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: Affects Up to 15% of Women, So Why Don’t We Know About It?
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: The #1 Cause of Infertility in Women
- How to Manage PCOS and Its Symptoms
- PCOS: Balding Hair, Bulging Waist, Barren Womb—Feeling Like Less of a Woman
- PCOS Challenge Television and Radio Show
- Please tell our audience what Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is. What are common symptoms?
- What should people do if they think they may have PCOS? Where should they seek help?
- What are some of the common treatments for PCOS?
- What has been your personal experience with PCOS?
- What stories have other women shared with you about their struggles with PCOS?
- What inspired you to start the PCOS Challenge?
- Can you give us some details about the PCOS Challenge program? What kind of feedback have you gotten?
- How can a partner support a loved one who has PCOS?
- You also have a popular PCOS Challenge television show and radio show to help women.
Please tell us about those.
- How can people find out more information and get involved with the PCOS Challenge?
Sasha Ottey is Founder and Executive Director of PCOS Challenge, Inc., the leading nonprofit support support organization for women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. PCOS is a complex endocrine and metabolic disorder that affects multiple systems in the female body. It is estimated to impact up to 15% of women and can lead to other serious conditions such as endometrial cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and infertility.
Sasha started PCOS Challenge, Inc. after her own diagnosis and dissatisfaction with the availability of support resources for the condition. Since its founding in 2009, the organization has grown to over 45,000 members worldwide.
Sasha is a Clinical and Research Microbiologist with a Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Laboratory Science from Howard University and a Master’s in Health Administration from the University of Phoenix.