June 10, 2011
The Women of our Community are Gathering to Speak Up
A woman at your table will have a “heart” story. Someone in your row at the breakout session will have found a way to eat baked, not fried, for her whole family. That exercise and diet plan you’ve been looking for, the one that is actually doable? The woman next to you in line for coffee is going to tell you to forget diets, and become a BetterU.
Together the women of Go Red can bring a voice to this silent killer to help SAVE LIVES. We can listen to what our hearts are telling us, talk to our doctors, and spread the word to our friends and community about making the right choices and taking action.
Go Red For Women needs you to SHATTER THE SILENCE by choosing to Speak Up ABOUT HEART DISEASE. Be part of the movement, make choices, speak up and spread the word. By sharing this commitment with Go Red For Women, together we can help save lives. Be a part of this extraordinary day.
You Don’t Want To Miss This!
2011 GO RED FOR WOMEN SIGNATURE AUCTION ITEM
Enjoy a private dinner for 6 prepared by Richard Chamberlain, Chef and Proprietor of Chamberlain’s Restaurants
at the home of Roger and Marianne Staubach.
Take your seat at the table. Join other outstanding and dedicated women and men at the Dallas Go Red for Women luncheon. Hear the survivor stories, remember the expert advice, and Make it Your Mission to share in the commitment to fight the No.1 killer of women. Keynote Speaker – Nancy Lieberman
On November 5th, 2009 Basketball Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman added a new piece of history to her already illustrious career when she was hired as the Texas Legends’ first Head Coach. Lieberman, widely considered one of the most influential figures in women’s basketball history, will become the first female head coach to lead an NBA or NBA D-League team. Nancy will begin coaching the Legends starting in November 2010.
The Executive Leadership Team is a group of high-level volunteers serving as the driving force behind the 2011 Go Red for Women Campaign. Comprised of corporate, medical and social leaders in the Dallas community, this committee aims raise $550,000 for the 2011 Go Red For Women Luncheon. They demonstrate support through corporate sponsorship from their own organization, as well as their individual passion through a personal investment. Ultimately, their goal is to help spread the awareness that heart disease is the #1 killer of women. The Executive Leadership Team will help turn Dallas red in February and participate in year-round activities to further the life-saving mission of the American Heart Association.
Susan Arledge, President/CEO, Arledge Partners
Lily Anderson, Financial Representative, Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
Katie Berg, CEO, Interprise Design
Lori Brakhage, Director of Corporate Communications, Austin Industries
Melissa Carrington, Executive Manager, H.D. Vest
Diane Childress, Senior VP, Lockton Dunning Benefits
Nancy Davis, Director of Economic Development, Dallas Regional Chamber
Delta Emerson, Senior VP & Chief Organizational Development Officer, Ryan
Melissa Goodman, Partner, Haynes and Boone, LLP
Brenda Jarratt, VP of Business Development, James R. Thompson, Inc.
Shelia McKinney, President, Texas Health Presbyterian – Allen
Gail Peck, Treasurer, Trinity Industries
Toni Portmann, CEO, LIT OnLine
Sharon Reimold, M.D., Cardiologist, UT Southwestern University Hospitals
Christopher Ryan, Paradigm Enterprises
Brenda Sandoz, Senior VP, Allie Beth Allman Realtors
David Snyder, Executive VP, StructureTone/Constructors
Pamela Stoyanoff, Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, Methodist Health System
Mary Suhm, City Manager of Dallas
Lea Yaest, Executive Director of Business Development, Integrated Design Group
Alicia Howell – Fundraising Committee Chair
Senior Director, 7-Eleven
Cassy Nack, Executive Director of Tax Services, Grant Thornton
Georgia Salinas, Partner, BKD, LLP
Cori Simpson, Director of Client Management Sales, CIGNA
Park Place Dealerships to Go Red for Women
The Hilton Anatole Grand Ballroom
2201 Stemmons Freeway
Dallas TX 75207