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After Two Decades Apart, Southern New England Women Reconnect at 2022 Go Red for Women Luncheon

American Heart Association’s annual luncheon event returned to Southern New England lead by Deanna Fidler of FM Global After nearly two years away from in person Go Red for Women luncheons, women across Southern New England reconnected at the 2022 Southern New England Go for Women® Luncheon on April 8th to raise critical funds for

hidden York entrepreneur receives South Central PA Go Red for Women ‘Woman of Impact’ Award

York entrepreneur receives South Central PA Go Red for Women ‘Woman of Impact’ Award

Local women raise nearly $40,000 to advance heart health awareness and scientific research support through the American Heart Association’s® annual award program A local entrepreneur has earned recognition by the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization devoted to a world of healthier lives for all, for her dedication and contributions in the fight

hidden Rich Sawchak of HYPORI and Brigette Perry of THEYA Healthcare to Co-Chair the 37th Annual Greater Washington Region Golf Tournament

Rich Sawchak of HYPORI and Brigette Perry of THEYA Healthcare to Co-Chair the 37th Annual Greater Washington Region Golf Tournament

The American Heart Association (AHA), the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, welcomes Rich Sawchak and Brigette Perry as Co-Chairs of the 37th annual Greater Washington Region Golf Tournament. Sawchak currently serves as Chief Financial Officer for HYPORI, a virtual mobility software company with local offices in McLean, VA,

hidden The American Heart Association and Johns Hopkins Medicine – National Capital Region Call on Women across the Greater Washington Region to ‘Reclaim Your Rhythm’ for Heart Month and Beyond

The American Heart Association and Johns Hopkins Medicine – National Capital Region Call on Women across the Greater Washington Region to ‘Reclaim Your Rhythm’ for Heart Month and Beyond

The American Heart Association, the leading global volunteer organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke, is proud to announce that Johns Hopkins Medicine – National Capital Region (JHM-NCR) is the Live Fierce Go Red sponsor for the Greater Washington Region. JHM-NCR will focus on women’s physical and mental health around the Go Red for

hidden Massachusetts woman joins American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women 2022 class of Real Women survivors

Massachusetts woman joins American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women 2022 class of Real Women survivors

To kick off American Heart Month and inspire women to ‘Reclaim Your Rhythm,’ the American Heart Association today announced 12 heart disease and stroke survivors who are sharing their stories as part of the Association’s Go Red for Women movement. Jayme Kelly, a Needham, Mass., resident who had a stroke in 2019, when she was

hidden Massachusetts newspaper spotlights STEM Goes Red program

Massachusetts newspaper spotlights STEM Goes Red program

The Community Advocate published a story this week about the Young Women’s Health Innovator Challenge, an American Heart Association program designed to expose girls and young women to careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The story focused on Westborough High School sophomore Olivia Yoonseo Lee, who, along with students from Worcester Technical High School,

hidden Go Red for Women Celebrates 10th Anniversary in Baltimore, MD

Go Red for Women Celebrates 10th Anniversary in Baltimore, MD

On Thursday, June 17, 2021, the American Heart Association (AHA) of Greater Maryland hosted its annual Go Red for Women luncheon, digitally, for the second year in a row due to lingering COVID-19 restrictions. Regardless of the format, it remained a powerful time where,  just shy of 100 ladies across Baltimore came together to be

hidden From inspiration to innovation – Massachusetts students compete to improve public health

From inspiration to innovation – Massachusetts students compete to improve public health

Speaking before a panel of women from Greater Boston’s science and technology sectors, high school student Halle Roberts pitched an idea for an app that could help teenage girls better understand their health. “Often people don’t have a comfortable space or a trusted person to talk to about issues of growing up,” Myslik, a student