Mileva Repasky is the Chief Patient and Development Officer and (most importantly) mother to one of our youngest Castleman Disease patients, Katie. She is passionate about connecting patients and loved ones, fundraising, patient advocacy, and raising awareness. She will continue to advance the CDCN’s mission by collaborating with the patient and loved one community, physicians, researchers, and our partners, to advance our life saving mission. She is particularly interested in finding new and innovative ways to raise awareness of this disease.
Mileva graduated with a BS in Psychology and completed her Masters in Clinical Psychology in 2016. Mileva began as a volunteer with the CDCN in 2014.