Dr. Katherine Y. Brown, Nashville
Our 2015-16 Tennessee Advocacy Committee is composed of individuals from across the state with different occupations, who have a great interest in advocating for policy change for heart-health issues. Today, we'd like you to meet Dr. Katherine Y. Brown of Nashville, founder of Learn CPR America.
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Capital Region NY Stroke Ambassador Kicks Off American Stroke Month!
Representative Prasad Srinivasan, Connecticut
I am the product of my village. When I received the AHA Survivor Advocate of the Year award in DC years ago, I knew it was really not about me.
Yuki Courtland - PE Advocate in NYC!
Little Tikes with a Big Message
Carmen Thompson, Kentucky
Frankfort, Kentucky resident, Carmen Thompson, is 66 years young. So when she suffered a stroke December of last year, she didn’t believe it was happening to her.
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Advocate Spotlight - TJ Haynes
For TJ Haynes it was a matter of time. TJ recently threw out the first pitch at a Mustangs game in Dehler Park to promote the AHA’s Raise the Roof in Red campaign just after suffering a heart attack.
August 7th, 2015 was the start of the most life-changing event of our lives. My father, mother, and I were sitting in the emergency room that night waiting to be called on.
Henry Philofsky, Preventing Tobacco Addiction Foundation - Partners with Heart
Henry Philofsky is the Western Regional Director at the Preventing Tobacco Addiction Foundation. Henry and the Preventing Tobacco Addiction Foundation are important and dedicated partners of the AHA’s on our Tobacco 21 for Oregon campaign.