UVM Student Research Aids Restaurant Kids Meal Effort
Meredith McNeil, Maine
Sharon Mierzwa, Connecticut
Timothy Jacobs, Murfreesboro
As a 2016 American Heart Association legislative intern in Tennessee, my main goals were to learn as much as I could through a first-hand experience with the legislative process and to gain a better idea of what I want to do after I graduate from Middle Tennessee State University.
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Jennifer Quigley Harris, Rhode Island
Annette Santilli, West Virginia
Annette Santilli is certainly a hero in our eyes. In just two short years as a You’re the Cure advocate, she has taken more than one hundred online and offline actions to far surpass even the highest You’re the Cure rank of "Hero."
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Share Your Story: Katelyn Larson
Meet Katelyn Larson
Share your Story: Brad and Kristi Wellendorf Family
Meet the Brad and Kristi Wellendorf Family from South Dakota. Their story could happen to anyone. We applaud their courage to share their story with others so that others will take the time to learn CPR. It saved Brad's life.
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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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