Trish Vradenburg

Trish Vradenburg

March 7, 2014 -- usalzheimeradmin
Co-Founder and Vice President
USAgainstAlzheimer’s
Washington, DC

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. As a journalist, she has written extensively for The New York Daily News, Boston Globe, Washington Post, Ladies’ Home Journal, Woman’s Day, and the anthology, Chicken Soup for the Romantic Soul. Trish’s play, “Surviving Grace,” her comedic/dramatic homage to her Mother, who succumbed to Alzheimer’s, was produced at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, Off-Broadway at the Union Square Theater and, after publication, throughout the U.S.