Ekso Bionics Ambassadors are our official advocates educating the rehabilitation community about the benefits of wearable exoskeletons for stroke and spinal cord injury. Our ambassadors provide demonstrations and give their own personal accounts walking in EksoGT. You can learn more about our Ambassadors below or follow them on our Ekso Bionics’ Facebook, Twitter, or Linked In landing page.
Hilary's cervical spinal cord injury became a part of her life in August 2013 after a 25 ft fall.
The Ekso Bionics Ambassadors Program embodies the company’s vision to empower people through the use of powered exoskeletons. Each active Ambassador should exhibit the compassion and empathy necessary to engage with patients and clinicians online, in demonstrations, media, social media, or live events. By conveying their own personal story compliantly within the context of demonstrating what an Ekso device provides, they inspire others to adopt a mindset of hope, awareness, and education. Ekso Bionics recognizesactive ambassadors as mentors and community leaders, and we support their efforts to live in pursuit of the best quality of life possible. In addition, alumni Ambassadors are also to uphold the professionalism of an active ambassador and react responsibly for the community. They were, and will always be known as, an Ekso Bionics Ambassador.
The Ekso Bionics Ambassador Program envisions a rehabilitation community that maintains a culture of understanding and support. Being an active Ambassador represents who you are, and at Ekso Bionics, we encourage you to let your personality shine through. Not only does the Ambassador role extend beyond any presentation, demonstration, or photograph, but it also extends to your personality, your story, and your goals to inspire others in rehabilitation. It is the end goal of an Ekso Bionics Ambassador to become a role model to the rehabilitation community, and a leader. One day, you may be required to be the face of Ekso Bionics.