Connecticut Women Team Up To Raise Awareness For MS October 8, 2013 From Left to Right: Jacqueline Sembor, East Windsor, and Raizza Brown, Meriden, pose with Felix Viera, Hartford, host of “Hablando En Serio,” a Spanish-speaking show airing Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to noon on the Berlin-based based La Puertorriquenisima 1120 AM WPRX. The two women guested on the live daily show on Monday, Oct. 7. Sembor, on staff with the National MS Society, Connecticut Chapter, spoke about her participation in the upcoming Run MS, A Spooktacular 5K, to take place on Saturday, Oct. 26 at Renschler Field in East Hartford. Brown, who will be volunteering at the run, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, a potentially debilitating disease, in 2005. A native of Puerto Rico, Brown, 42, shared with listeners her story of living life in the face of multiple sclerosis. La Puertorriquenisima is Connecticut’s leading Spanish radio station, featuring music, news and community oriented programming. The station reaches more than 300,000 Hispanics living in Connecticut and Massachusetts. To register to run with Sembor’s Run MS team, Jacq B Nimble, Jacq B Quick, or for more information on multiple sclerosis, its effects and the many ways the National MS Society, Connecticut Chapter, assists people in Connecticut living with MS, visit www.ctfightsMS.org.