hidden Longtime Massachusetts American Heart Association volunteer profiled in legal magazine

Longtime Massachusetts American Heart Association volunteer profiled in legal magazine

The ABA Journal published a feature story this month focused on Elizabeth L.B. Greene and her two decades of experience volunteering for the American Heart Association. Greene, who is a partner at the Worcester, Mass., law firm Mirick, O’Connell, DeMallie & Lougee, is frequently credited with revitalizing the Association’s presence in central Massachusetts. Greene worked

hidden Harvard grad who launched non-profit to employ Boston’s homeless youth up for American Heart Association grant

Harvard grad who launched non-profit to employ Boston’s homeless youth up for American Heart Association grant

A Massachusetts man who started a non-profit to find employment opportunities for Boston’s homeless youth population has been selected as a top candidate for an American Heart Association grant. Connor Schoen, 22, who co-founded Breaktime in 2018 while a student at Harvard University, is one of eight innovators who will be presenting business models that

hidden New England Patriots and NFL PLAY 60 keep kids active as COVID-19 cases continue to spike

New England Patriots and NFL PLAY 60 keep kids active as COVID-19 cases continue to spike

The American Heart Association and NFL, in collaboration with the New England Patriots, are excited to debut the first-ever NFL PLAY 60 library, which features kid-friendly exercises to help kids to get their recommended 60-minutes of daily physical activity. Amidst the rising number of COVID-19 cases, schools and organized sports have begun to reinstate contact

hidden Advocate for better stroke care in Massachusetts by writing to your local newspaper

Advocate for better stroke care in Massachusetts by writing to your local newspaper

This past summer, the Massachusetts Senate voted to support a bill that would ensure stroke patients get the best treatment as quickly as possible. The bill, which passed in a 40-0 vote, would allow first responders to transport stroke patients to the facilities best-equipped to treat them, rather than the closest, ensuring they immediately get