Center for BrainHealth®, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, announced their advisory board members for 2022-2023. A slate of new members will add their deep experience, diverse achievements and community-mindedness to the broad expertise represented by the board.The advisory board’s primary responsibility is to promote the vision of BrainHealth, serving as effective ambassadors in the larger community to promote greater awareness of the proactive role every individual can take in protecting and strengthening their brain across the lifespan.The new board members and their affiliations are as follows:Stacey Angel, President and Managing Partner for Liberator Emerald Holdings LP; Holley Caldwell, Registered Nurse for Children's Medical Center Dallas; Maria Conroy, President for Maria Conroy Consultants; Sarah Dodd, President of Dodd Communications; Luis Ellis-Fuentes; Cindy Feld, Board Member for Feld Group Institute; Colin Fitzgibbons, President for Hunt Realty Investments, LLC; Travis Galt, Vice President, Contract Administration for Trinity Industries, Inc.; Elizabeth Tripplehorn Galt, Chief Home Officer; Marlane Miller, President for BrainStyles, Inc.; Lynn Parr Mock, Board of Trustees member for Southwestern University; Connie Moorer, retired Certified Ophthalmic Technician; Jim Ramsey, Senior Advisor for United States Capitol Historical Society; Teri Shaffer, retired EY Partner; and John Shaffer, retired.
“We are appreciative and excited about the talented new members joining the Center for BrainHealth advisory board. Their vast business, non-profit board and professional experience show just how accomplished and dedicated they are, plus their tremendous passion for our mission. These new members will be wonderful ambassadors who will help us support the center’s bold advances in critical areas related to brain health and brain performance,” said David Jacobs, advisory board chair. About Center for BrainHealth®Center for BrainHealth® is a translational research institute committed to enhancing, preserving and restoring brain health across the lifespan. Major research areas include the use of functional and structural neuroimaging techniques to better understand the neurobiology supporting cognition and emotion in health and disease. This leading-edge scientific exploration is translated quickly into practical innovations to improve how people think, work and live, empowering people of all ages to unlock their brain potential. Translational innovations build on Strategic Memory Advanced Reasoning Tactics (SMART™), a proprietary methodology developed and tested by BrainHealth researchers and other teams over three decades.