Women & the Brain: Los Angeles

Benefiting: Project ALS
Apr 27
Hosted by:Project ALS
When:
April 27, 2017 at 11:30am to
April 27, 2017 at 1:30pm
Where:
Mr. C Beverly Hills 1224 Beverwil Dr Los Angeles, CA 90035
Contact:

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WOMEN & THE BRAIN

PROJECT ALS
& Regina K. Scully

Founding Sponsor, Women & the Brain
Founder and CEO of Artemis Rising Foundation 

Invite you to a luncheon and panel discussion


WOMEN & CONFIDENCE

From girls to teens to women, how our brain affects self-esteem

Panelists include:

JESS WEINER - CEO, Talk to Jess, Dove Global Self-Esteem Ambassador and Professor at USC teaching in Annenberg School of Journalism

SARAH BROKAW – Psychotherapist, author of Fortytude and host of Shared Secrets podcast

Thursday, April 27, 2017
11:30 am-1:30 pm
Mr. C Beverly Hills
1224 Beverwil Drive

Tickets:
$100 (all but $50 of each ticket is tax-deductible)

Event Chair & Moderator:
Martha McCully

Co-Directors, Women & the Brain:
Gail Furman
Robin Dracos


Benefit Committee: 
Odette Annable
Debbon Ayer
Courtney Baber
Tessa Blake
Tracy Brennan
Perrin Brown
Pamela Bunn
Lacy Drissi
Leslee Feldman
Cassandra Grey
Denise Hewett
Haideh Hirmand, MD
Deanna Kangas
Dyan Kellison
Sue Leibman
Madison Lari Cohen
Lesley McKenzie
Lesley McRae
Lauren Levy Neustadter
Yifat Oren
Cari Ross
Brooke Smith
Amy Stanton
Michelle Vartan
Alexandra Wagner
Shari Weinstein

For tickets and more information:
www.ProjectALS.org
212-430-7382
Chanabelle@projectals.org


Women & the Brain is an initiative of Project ALS which proposes a threepronged approach to making a difference in women’s brain health and research:

  • Educate women through events that raise awareness about the brain
  • Support the most promising research in the field of brain disease through a Women & the Brain Fellowship for Advancement in Brain Science
  • Empower a young female neurologist through a Women & the Brain Scholarship

Experts say that brain disease—including ALS, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s—is the next epidemic of the 21st century. Whether as a patient, a concerned relative, or as a caregiver all women will be touched by a neurological disease in their lifetime.

Women have taken control of understanding their heart, breast and reproductive health, but the brain remains the last frontier in human health. While women are disproportionately affected by health problems related to brain aging, men are often the primary focus of research. In order to promote a shift in women’s brain health, we must foster greater research and understanding in this field.

Learn more at womenandthebrain.org.