Go Red for Women® Luncheon Return In-person for 2022

After nearly two years away from in-person events, today the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, announced the 2022 Go Red for Women® Luncheon will return to our community.

This year’s Go Red for Women Luncheon, chaired by Ronia Kruse, President and CEO of OpTech is designed to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death for women in the United States, as well as generate funds for lifesaving cardiovascular research for women. The AHA is encouraging people to ‘ Reclaim their Rhythm,’ which quite simply means, to reclaim control of their mental and physical well-being after two difficult years of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This signature event will be held from 10 – 2 p.m. on February 25, at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan. This year’s event will be emceed by Local 4 News reporter, Mara MacDonald and will feature president and CEO of the Weight Watchers group, Florine Mark as the keynote speaker. Other highlights of the program include musical entertainment by Ben Sharkey and impactful survivor stories from Metro Detroit women.

“I feel so fortunate to support such an amazing cause and Chair this year’s Go Red event.” Said Ronia Kruse. “Like so many others, I’ve personally experienced the devastating toll heart disease takes on entire families. Go Red for Women is so very important to me because my mother suffered a stroke that stripped her of her mobility last year. In my own personal journey with my mother and other family members, I’ve learned that many of the deaths caused by heart disease can be prevented with lifestyle changes, and it starts with awareness and education. I want to do my part to make a difference.”

Since 2004, Go Red for Women has had a profound impact on women’s health. As the trusted, passionate, and relevant force to eradicate heart disease and stroke, through the Go Red for Women movement, the American Heart Association remains steadfast and committed to meeting the comprehensive health needs of women — at every life stage.

 AHA’s annual Detroit Go Red Luncheon is a reputable platform to highlight awareness of prevention strategies and individual risk reduction, especially because the majority of heart disease is preventable.” Says AHA volunteer and featured luncheon speaker, Dr. Nishtha Sareen, a cardiologist who serves as the medical director of the Ascension Providence Women’s Heart Clinic, in southeast Michigan. “In this way we can have a meaningful impact on heart disease in women, which has been the primary cause of mortality for several decades. Changing this statistic will come with innovation, collaboration, and enthusiastic initiative. Let’s get right on it and bring the change that needs to come.”

 For more information and to register to attend the Go Red For Women Luncheon visit event.gives/goreddetroit

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