Newsletter Advocate Stories
Trenton Fryman, Kentucky
For more than a year, North Oldham High School Class of 2016 senior, Trenton Fryman, has been an outspoken advocate for training students in CPR. Thanks in part to his dedication, this past March, Kentucky became the 29th state to pass legislation that will ensure all students learn this lifesaving skill.
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Callie Ponder, Rhode Island
Advocate Spotlight: Dr. Karen Larimer
Meet AHA Advocate - Dr. Karen Larimer
Dina Plapler, Connecticut
Advocate Spotlight: Meet Dee Garrison
Share Your Story - Tatum Henderson
Meet Tatum Henderson!
Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Caitlyn Cook, Miss Central Arkansas 2016
She loves to share that disco can save a life as she advocates for CPR training everywhere she goes! Please meet American Heart Association volunteer, Caitlyn Cook!
Advocate Spotlight: Rae O'Neill
Meet Rae O'Neill - Illinois Advocacy Admin!
Survivor Spotlight: Sheila Long
Meet Sheila Long, Survivor and Advocate for Women's Heart Health. As a healthy, active and vibrant woman in her 40’s, Sheila never expected to experience a heart attack. Sheila did not have the common risk factors for heart attack – she was a non-smoker, she exercised on a regular basis and maintained a healthy diet and weight. However, Sheila did have heart disease in her family.
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