I’m not the type of person who feels an overwhelming need to educate everybody, all the time about Moebius. I mean, if I did that there would be a whole lot less time to talk about everything else I’m ridiculously passionate about. But having said that, I like having my involvement with the Moebius syndrome community on my resume. Why? Because people care. And, often enough, people investigate on their own and really want to know about something they were previously uneducated about. And I think that’s great! Maybe it’s the easy way out, I don’t know, but it seems to work for me. It also helps that I’m circulating my resume in academic or scholarly circles where people like to know things. So yes, I bring up Moebius in interview settings in a roundabout way. So far so good, and I’ve managed to educate a lot of people about it who probably would have never encountered it otherwise.