Our Volunteers

Amy Felton

Virtual Volunteer, Canada
Amy is a Communications major at the University of Ottawa, enthusiastic about volunteering and making a difference. Amy has been volunteering for the TTP Foundation since she was in the ninth grade, and was made aware of the cause through her friends in the Unilock family. Since being involved as a Virtual Volunteer, Amy has been editing patient stories for our website and the odd newsletter here and there.


Virtual Communications Volunteer, USA
Lauren is an Interaction Designer and Researcher. After being diagnosed with TTP at 21 and overcoming her battle, she wanted to give back to a community that helped her through her TTP crisis. She came across the Answering TTP Foundation in 2011 and has been involved with helping the Foundation with communication materials ever since. In her down time she enjoys photography, travel and is a self-proclaimed foodie. "You're tougher than you think. You can do it." :) - Lauren

Melanie Doornbos

Virtual Volunteer, Canada
Melanie has been surrounded by the Unilock family all her life. Having known Sydney since they were both “knee high to a grasshopper”, Melanie is happy edit Foundation newsletters and other communications. When not volunteering for Answering TTP, Melanie can be found playing Lego or princess tea party with her son and daughter, planning ANOTHER trip to Walt Disney World, or running here and there to extracurricular activities with the kids.

Mina Rajan

Virtual Volunteer, Canada
Mina is an IT analyst at Nexen Energy ULC. Mina was originally diagnosed with TTP in 1994, and has relapsed multiple times since. When she relapsed in 2011 her doctor gave her one of our Patient and Supporter Information Brochure's that led her to the Answering TTP Foundation. Since that time she has become an active member of our Patient Advisory Board, attending multiple conferences on the Foundation’s behalf. As well Mina is an active participant each year in the Foundation's Walk to Answer TTP Together, raising awareness and funds for TTP. In her spare time she enjoys hiking and travelling.