Chris Anselmo

Finding a new job for the summer in a new city and learning the value of embracing the unexpected

posted on October 8, 2015 - 9:31am
I decided to go to business school because I wanted to propel myself into a new career in a new industry. Leaving the tech world for the life sciences field would be no easy transition, and I realized a master’s degree would be my best way to accomplish this goal.

Five tips for dealing with the diagnosis of a late-onset muscle disease

posted on July 7, 2014 - 9:17am
Quest Summer 2014
Each form of muscular dystrophy is devastating in its own way. For some patients, symptoms may manifest at birth or at a young age. My situation was different.

My crutches were a source of anxiety about not looking ‘normal,’ until I learned to let go by just holding on to them

posted on January 9, 2014 - 9:27am
Quest Winter 2014
When I fell several months ago and couldn’t get up under my own power, I knew it was time to let go. Or rather, time to finally grab a hold. Christopher Anselmo For the first 26 years of my life, I could walk on my own with confidence. But on that day, as I propped myself up using the bumper of a car and a mailbox, I realized that was no longer the case.