Larysa Sugay is a health educator, physiotherapist and NDT Bobath therapist. She helps people to change their lives for the better – as a physiotherapist, using rehabilitation techniques, as a health educator by showing advantages of the healthy lifestyle. Larysa was born in Ukraine, studied in the United States and currently lives in Poland. Thus, multiculturalism and the diverse backgrounds are significantly important to her. She likes to exercise empathy with others to assist in all aspects of communication and creating higher chances of people’s successful outcomes. As a physiotherapist, Larysa works at the Polish Migration Forum – an NGO helping people with migration background to integrate into the host society. Her major occupancy is focused on migrants (mostly children) with neurological disorders or trauma aiming to help them to overcome their traumatic experience and get better health. Additionally, Larysa works in the National Institute of Public Health at the Department of Health Promotion and Chronic Diseases Prevention, where among others, she runs the research project aiming at reducing inequalities in health for migrants. As she says: “I think it is a high time for all of us to use our skills to make the global society a better place for all the people, not just chosen one”.