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Give the Gift of eSupport

Current Programs

MS can be a lonely journey, but it doesn't have to be. The gift of eSupport is an impactful way to show any person dealing with MS how much you care. You can now give a 12-week eSupport Membership to someone living with MS, or to a family member or loved one. We also have the option of a 1:1 health coaching session with a licensed therapist who is an expert in MS. Whichever option you chose, you'll help make the MS journey easier with the gift of eSupport.

eSupport Groups

12-week MS Group Membership

Loved Ones Groups

12-week Loved One Group Membership


1:1 Health Coaching Session

Joe Duncan

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Joe is the cofounder of eSupport Health and has served as its CEO since the company was formed in November 2019. He is a seasoned executive with over 20 years of experience in founding, building, and leading effective organizations, and whose counsel is sought out across a variety of businesses.

Since 2012, Joe has served as an advisor to the CEO of, the leading digital repository for academic research. He led’s initial seed round and continues to be actively involved as a trusted advisor to the company.

From 2015 to 2017, Joe served as General Manager at Lionbridge Technologies, where he established the Legal Division, following Lionsbridge’s acquisition of Joe’s company, Geotext Translations, Inc.

In 1997, Joe founded and served as CEO of Geotext, a multimillion-dollar business providing premium language services to global 100 law firms and major corporations. Geotext became the go-to translation company for many of the world’s most critical cross-border legal matters. At its peak, Geotext had over 120 full-time employees and 3,500+ contractors around the world. In 2015, Geotext was acquired by Lionbridge.

Joe holds a B.A. in English Literature, with a Minor in Political Science, from the University of Southern California and an M.F.A. from Columbia University. Joe enjoys reading, running, and hiking in the Adirondacks with his family. Recently Joe learned to surf which involves more wiping out than catching waves, but he enjoys the challenge.