Business Collaborative for Brain Health
The Business Collaborative for Brain Health is a collaborative of private sector partners developing innovative solutions to optimize cognitive health throughout the lifespan.
Our MISSION is to build brain health capital by advancing measurably effective brain healthy workplaces, communities, and product and service innovations.
Promoting brain health is essential to growing our economy, strengthening national security, and improving health and wellbeing. Our nation relies on brain power more than ever before to solve critical challenges and drive innovation.
Brain health is enhanced by addressing other chronic conditions that increase risk of cognitive impairment, such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and hearing loss, which is why the U.S. Government has established a national goal to “promote healthy aging and reduce the risk factors for dementia.”
We aim not only to achieve this goal, but to bring about a world where brain health is viewed and supported as a critical asset that can not only build healthy longevity, but also generate greater economic competitiveness, empowerment, and societal resilience.
The Business Collaborative for Brain Health is working with HERO Health and Mercer to develop a Brain Health Best Practices Scorecard. The HERO Scorecard is designed to help organizations learn about best practices for promoting workplace health and well-being, and to discover opportunities to improve and measure progress over time. Learn more about HERO Health and the Scorecard here.
The Business Collaborative for Brain Health is a collaborative of private sector partners developing innovative solutions to optimize cognitive health throughout the lifespan, particularly into our older years.
Founding Partner - Please send me more information ($25-100K based on organization size)
Member ($5,000 annually)
Founding Partners receive enhanced recognition, leadership, and engagement opportunities. If your organization is interested in becoming a Founding Partner, please contact LaShonne Barnes at [email protected]
Keep your pulse on the latest innovations and science in brain health and aging.
Content that supports your business objectives, including Roundtable Briefs.
Build relationships with experts and innovative corporate and policy leaders.
Engage through virtual monthly roundtable meetings, yearly in-person gatherings, and invitation-only sessions to facilitate an open exchange of ideas.
Recognition and Sales
Regular e-updates on advances and news in the field with opportunities to share information and updates.
Opportunities to contribute to collaborative work streams.
Visit Resources for Roundtable Briefs, Fact Sheets, Research and News.