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Published on: August 28, 2015
Women’s Brain Health Initiative is thrilled to introduce its newly formed Young Person’s Cabinet (YPC), a dynamic team of young professionals whose mission is to engage millennial minds.
With its own events and social media outreach, YPC’s challenge is to encourage those under 40 to look after their brain health, because the earlier in life that you do, the better the cognitive outcome.
We’ve highlighted each YPC member on our Board of Directors’ Page here.
More about YPC to follow so stay tuned!
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