Published on: October 3, 2017
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
On Wednesday, October 18, from 7-9 pm, celebrities and other powerful Hollywood names will gather at the elite Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills for a special event hosted by Sharon Stone, to raise awareness for Women’s Brain Health Initiative.
The evening will open with a cocktail reception, leading up to an intimate conversation moderated by the legendary, Oscar-nominated actress, with panelists Melanie Griffith, Paula Wagner, Tamara Mellon, Crystal Lourd, Eva Chow, and brain health expert Dr. Pauline Maki. The women will discuss individual obstacles and challenges, lessons learned on the way up the ladder, and the disproportionate impact of brain-aging diseases on women.
Evening made possible by Gagosian Beverly Hills, Brain Canada, Eli Lilly & Co, and Abbvie Inc.
For tickets please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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