To commemorate our 25th Anniversary and the progress we’ve made together, we have a new name. We are now called the Siegel Rare Neuroimmune Association (SRNA) in honor of our founders, Pauline and Sandy Siegel, and in honor of all the people we serve.
We’ve continuously advocated for those affected by rare neuroimmune disorders of the central nervous system. We recognize that our name needs to be a reflection of all that we are and all those we represent. That is why, in solidarity with all those we serve, we’re taking off the nametag ‘Transverse Myelitis Association’ and becoming the Siegel Rare Neuroimmune Association (SRNA).
We’re still the same organization, on a mission to connect people, care for those who are affected, and to further our work of finding a cure and ending rare neuroimmune disorders for good; just like we have for the past 25 years. That doesn’t change. We know we need to always keep learning, and we believe in the power of togetherness. Everyone, everywhere, can change the future with us.
Meet the Circle
The circle has no beginning or end. The circle protects. It offers safety. For us, the circle is a reminder of connection, community and inclusivity. A symbol of support and comfort. A symbol of progress. A symbol of hardship, endurance, and hope. The circle also resembles the three c’s of our tagline: connect. care. cure. That’s why we made the warm, earthy orange symbol our logo: it’s a constant reminder of what we’re working toward—and how much more work we still have to do.