Northern Nevada Goes Red For Women

Updated:Jul 18,2015
Reno GRFW Luncheon 2015

The 2016 Northern Nevada
Go Red For Women Luncheon:


Friday, February 5, 2016
10am-1:30pm
Reno Ballroom
Chaired by Chrissy Menicucci, IGT


 
In 2004, the American Heart Association (AHA) faced a challenge. Cardiovascular disease claimed the lives of nearly 500,000 American women each year, yet women were not paying attention. In fact, many even dismissed it as an older man’s disease. To dispel the myths and raise awareness of heart disease as the number one killer of women, the American Heart Association created Go Red For Women, a passionate, emotional, social initiative designed to empower women to take charge of their heart health.

The luncheon in Reno, NV is one of the most attended events in our community. We gather to inspire, encourage and save lives. We will harnesses the energy, passion and power women have to band together, take some time to take care of themselves and collectively wipe out heart disease. Join us!

For more information contact: Allison Edwards 775-322-7065 or allison.edwards@heart.org

2016 Executive Leadership Team:

©      Chrissy Menicucci, 2016 Chair

©      Ona Merlo

©         Leslie Billow

©      Maureen Mullarkey

©      Sara Beth Brown

©      BJ North

©      Valerie Clark

©      Karen Penner-Johnson

©      Audrey Damonte

©      Kathleen Sandoval

©      Kerri Garcia

©      Lisa Schloemer

©      Valerie Glenn

©      Sandy Schulze

©      Helen Lidholm

©      Mary Simmons

©      Ellie Lopez-Bowlan

©      Ruthie Smith

©      Beth Macmillan

©      Kim Tulman


 
Seattle Go Red Luncheon SurvivorsJoin the Movement
It's easy, it's free, and it could help save your life. Join the Go Red For Women movement and get the tools, resources and inspiration you need to love your heart.
advocacy nurseKnow Your Risks
Your heart is in your hands. Heart disease and stroke are largely preventable if you work to lower your risks. Learn more by taking the Go Red Heart CheckUp.

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