Emily was a 19-year-old college student when she called home complaining of a headache. Thirty-six hours later, she passed away due to serogroup B meningococcal disease. Emily was able to donate six of her organs, together with bones and tissue, to save the lives of five others. Her mother, Alicia Stillman, shares Emily’s story to help educate parents, students, educators and medical professionals. Debbie McCune Davis, Director for The Arizona Partnership for Immunization, is leading the effort to increase awareness in Arizona through the Off to College education campaign.