2013 Central Coast Go Red For Women Luncheon
North Central Coast Go Red For Women Luncheon: Heart disease is still the No. 1 killer of women, taking the life of 1 in 3 women each year. This means women just like you - mothers, sisters, friends - are dying at the rate of one per minute because they don't know what you know: heart disease kills.
Make It Your Mission to fight heart disease in women. By sharing this commitment, together we can help save lives. Be a part of this extraordinary day.
Las Vegas chef proves healthy foods taste good
Go Red Por Tu Corazón continues to create excitement in Las Vegas celebrating the energy, passion and power of Latinas working together to wipe out heart disease. Local volunteers include Chef Leticia Gardea who was a featured speaker at the second annual Go Red Por Tu Corazón luncheon highlighting American Heart Month on Feb. 23.
York County Go Red For Women Event
The American Heart Association volunteers from York County are planning an evening filled with informative breakout sessions, spectacular auction items and a heart-healthy meal.
Long Island Go Red For Women Luncheon
Go Red for Women is the American Heart Association?s national movement to make women aware of their risk for heart disease, the No. 1 cause of death among women, and take action to reduce their risk.
On February 13, 2013 at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury, New York we will honor outstanding members of the community; Karin Caro, Founder & CEO, BluChip Marketing, Laura Palacios, Group Director-Investments, Vice President, Signature Securities and Emma Q. Li, Chairperson, A&Z Pharmaceutical Inc. This educational luncheon brings together over 900 of Long Island?s top business and community leaders. The goal of this event is to educate participants on heart disease and the benefits of prevention, lifestyle changes, and advocating for oneself. The event day begins with educational workshops led by Long Island?s top medical and health professionals. Continuing with networking, a formal program of keynote, honoree speakers and a survivor story. The objective of the day is to empower women and men with the tools to change their lives and prevent heart disease.
Nationwide, we invest over $132 million a year ($3.2 billion since 1949) in heart and stroke research that has led to recent breakthroughs such as clot-busting drugs and drug-eluting stents. Healthcare providers learn about medical advances and new treatment guidelines though our journals, conferences and online courses.
American Heart Association 2011-2012 Expenditures
Public Health Education: 39.1%
Professional Education & Training: 14.0%
Community Services: 5.1%
Management & General: 7.9%
American Heart Association Diversity Report
Attached is a copy of the American Heart Association’s 2009-2010 Annual Diversity Report. This report highlights our organization’s successes in the area of diversity with emphasis on cultural competence. The report focuses on our consumer initiatives as well as our internal initiatives. We have broadened the scope of this year’s report to showcase initiatives in each of the Affiliates. Also, we have identified key partnerships, sponsorships and strategic alliances that enhanced our efforts to reach common goals.
We truly hope that you will enjoy this copy of the report. Feel free to share copies with your colleagues and partners.