Dr. Jennifer Arnold Encouraged Guests to “THINK BIG” at the Second Annual...

Dr. Jennifer Arnold Encouraged Guests to “THINK BIG” at the Second Annual “Women Empowering Women” Luncheon

Pictured with Dr. Jennifer Arnold Left to Right: Michele Riley-Brown, President & CEO of Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus, Dr. Ann Snyder, President and CEO of Interfaith Community Clinic, and Dr. Debra Sukin, President and CEO of Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital.

THE WOODLANDS, TX – Dr. Jennifer Arnold encouraged guests to “THINK BIG” at the second annual “Women Empowering Women” luncheon which was held on Friday, May 1, at The Woodlands Country Club-Palmer Course. The event which sold out months in advance and raised more than $115,000 for Interfaith Community Clinic.

“We were so honored to have Dr. Arnold as our special guest for this event for the Interfaith Community Clinic. She was incredibly inspiring and is truly a remarkable woman. The guests were equally excited to hear her motivating words of strength and encouragement,” said Dr. Ann Snyder, President and CEO of the Interfaith community Clinic.

Standing at just 3 foot 2, Dr. Arnold has a rare type of dwarfism called Spondyloepiphyseal Dysplasia Type Strudwick, and has undergone more than 30 surgeries. She and her husband Bill, along with their children Will and Zoey are featured on TLC’s docu-drama, The Little Couple, which follows their personal and professional lives and is now in its 7th season. The show has proven to be an invaluable method to break down barriers and educate people around the country about people with disabilities.

More than 200 guests attended the luncheon, and were able to meet Dr. Arnold before and at the conclusion of the event.

The Interfaith Community Clinic opened its doors in 1996 to meet the medical needs of the uninsured population. As the needs of the community have grown, so have the services offered at the clinic. Today, the clinic continues to provide quality basic medical and dental care, counseling and patient services to individuals in need. A volunteer staff of licensed physicians, nurses, medical providers, dentists, dental assistants, dental hygienists, as well as translators and support personnel work together to provide patient care. Programs are provided free of charge and are funded by the generous financial support of grants, faith based organizations, businesses, civic groups, and individuals. For more information on the Interfaith Community Clinic, or to volunteer, please call 281-364-7889 or visit www.interfaithcommunityclinic.org