We invite Forum attendees to join us at the National Alzheimer's Dinner, where we will honor public leaders working tirelessly to end Alzheimer's and celebrate the advances made in the fight against this disease.
Based in the network's D.C. bureau, CNN's Brown serves as a CNN Justice correspondent covering law enforcement, as well as issues related to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Actress and author of Where the Light Gets In: Losing My Mother Only to Find Her Again shares the story of her mother's diagnosis with early-onset dementia.
President and Chief Executive Officer of the Alzheimer's Association
Senator Roy Blunt
Chairman of the Senate Appropriation Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services
Alzheimer's Association National Board of Directors and 2012-2013 Early-stage Advisory Group Member
Alzheimer's Association Vice President of Constituent Services
Alzheimer's Impact Movement and Alzheimer's Association Board of Directors member
The Alzheimer's Association will present the awards below during the National Alzheimer's Dinner in acknowledgement of the critical work its supporters are doing to advance science, advocacy and leadership.
This award honors an individual, organization or company whose actions have promoted greater understanding of Alzheimer's disease and its effects on diagnosed individuals, families and caregivers.
This award is presented annually to an extraordinary Alzheimer's advocate who has shown outstanding leadership.
The Humanitarian Award is an annual award bestowed upon a public official that has made a significant policy contribution to advancements in research and enhanced care and support for people with Alzheimer's disease.
March 27-29, 2017
Washington Marriott Wardman Park
2660 Woodley Rd NW
Washington, DC 20008