Cecilia Arradaza is Brunswick’s Head of Marketing for the US. Prior to Brunswick, Cecilia was the executive director of communications for the Milken Institute where she led its global communications and marketing strategy – amplifying the impact of its programs, research, and policies and engaging with a broad range of stakeholders. Previously she led communications and policy efforts for FasterCures, a center of the Milken Institute, for six years.
Marietta Anthony has worked on a variety of women's health issues and has served on numerous national committees and advisory boards on women's health. Marietta played a leadership role in women’s health at the National Institutes of Health, Food and Drug Administration, and Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Dr.
Rebecca Ailes-Fine is one of the founding women of WISP, Women Inspiring Scientific Progress, in Phoenix, AZ, a group supporting, and supported by, Banner Alzheimer's Foundation. She is a community activist and volunteer receiving the 2011 Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year Award from AFP Greater Arizona Chapter. Rebecca holds seats on non-profit boards in the community and raises awareness and funds for various charities. Her mother is being treated at the Banner Alzheimer's Institute and both her mother and the family have received tremendous support, e
Dr. Aggarwal works with many community based and national organizations promoting ways to ensure that positive lifestyle changes lead to better cognitive and physical health across the aging continuum. She is a cognitive neurologist, with particular interest in dementia and Alzheimer's disease, and conducts original research in a variety of large scale community based studies in Chicago. She serves as the senior examining neurologist for the community based minority studies at the RADC, a position that she has held for over 15 years.
The WomenAgainstAlzheimer's Star Power team includes women celebrities who care deeply about Alzheimer’s disease as a women’s health and economic issue requiring urgent action.
Sara Allen Abbott created and co-founded Blondes vs. Brunettes, now an Alzheimer's Association official national fundraiser with games in more than 20 cities nationwide, and more than $3 million dollars donated. She lost her paternal grandmother and her father to the disease. Formerly the major gifts manager at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Sara is a partner at Main Street Media Group, a boutique social media consulting company.