The Community Advocate published a story this week profiling Christina Crowley, a stroke survivor who is chairing Boston’s Go Red for Women campaign in 2021.
The piece, written by senior reporter Melanie Petrucci, chronicles Crowley’s experience having a stroke while seeing the play Dear Evan Hansen in New York City in 2017. Crowley, an executive at Dell Technologies, also discusses how her stroke led her to get involved with the American Heart Association.
From the article:
As chair of the Go Red campaign, she will help raise awareness and understanding of the work of the AHA, its research (particularly as it pertains to women’s cardiovascular health) and fundraising.
“We have partnered with the American Heart Association and my team at Dell, to focus on a STEM enrichment program for high school girls in the city of Boston,” Crowley said. “How do we take the talents that we have at Dell Technologies, which is a STEM Technology company, and use them to get girls interested in STEM-related topics?”
Read the full story here.