Kennedy Krieger Institute to Honor Judy Woodruff During DC Benefit to Support Pediatric Brain ResearchBy Business Wire - Oct 2, 2018
On Wednesday, October 10, Kennedy Krieger Institute will salute pioneering news anchor Judy Woodruff, whose experience supporting her eldest son after a traumatic brain injury inspired her to shine a spotlight on pediatric brain disorders while advocating for the future of care.
Information is as follows:
Dr. Bradley Schlaggar, CEO, Kennedy Krieger Institute
Judy Woodruff, PBS NewsHour
Andrea Mitchell, NBC News
Whatever it Takes: A Tribute to Judy Woodruff
An evening to experience the impact of Kennedy Krieger Institute through the eyes of one of America’s most beloved journalists
|WHEN||Wednesday, October 10
Cocktails: 6:00 p.m.
Program: 7:00 p.m.
1001 16th Street, NW
Washington, D.C., 20036
|WHY||One in every six children in the US has a brain disorder, disease, or injury —meaning most families have been personally touched by one of these conditions or know someone who has. With a new CEO, and an increased focus on advancing research, Kennedy Krieger Institute realizes the importance of building its network and sharing its story from within the nation’s capital.|
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