Mary Ann Malack-Ragona joined what is now known as the Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. (ADRC) in February 2003, and in 2004 opened The Neuwirth Family Care Center within the agency’s Ronkonkoma office. In 2011 Ms. Ragona moved the agency to a 9000 square foot facility, adding The Mickey & Felice Neuwirth Care Center as a critical care component to the new Resource Center. In 2011 Ms. Ragona also opened a satellite office in Southampton, bringing much needed services to the East End of Long Island. Ms.
Patricia Lombreglia is a principal partner at Pathways Geriatric Care Solutions, LLC, based in Morristown, New Jersey.
Anne leads Sanofi’s pharmaceuticals business in North America. She oversees all operations within the region including the Diabetes, Oncology, Cardiovascular and other Patient Centered Units, U.S. Market Access, U.S. Medical Affairs, Business Strategy, Planning & Operations, Chattem (Consumer Healthcare), and Canada Pharmaceuticals. Anne serves as a member of the Global Management Committee, the Global Operations Committee and the U.S. Regional Strategic Management Committee.
Alice Watkins has been the Executive Director of Alzheimer’s North Carolina for over 20 years. Prior to her work in the Alzheimer’s community, she was Executive Director of the Downtown Business Association of Raleigh (now downtown Raleigh Alliance) where she led successful efforts to revitalize of the city.
Janice Wade-Whitehead has been the Executive Director of Alzheimer’s Tennessee, Inc. since 1991. In 1995, she was awarded the “Public Citizen of the Year Award” by both the Knox Area Chapter and the Tennessee State Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.
Trish Vradenburg is the Co-founder and Vice President of USAgainstAlzheimer’s. Trish is a playwright/author/comedy writer/advocate. She has written for television including “Designing Women,” “Family Ties,” and “Kate and Allie.” She is a successful author as well, chosen as Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club selections for her novel, Liberated Lady.