Lee Ann White To Continue As Laura W. Bush Institute For Women’s Health National Advisory Board Chair And Spreads The Knowledge To Fort Worth

If you’re looking for Lee Ann White at lunchtime today, she ain’t in Dallas. Nope. the PlainsCapital Bank VP is over in Cowtown. Instead of wearing a banker’s visor, she’s over thar in her role as the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health National Advisory Board Chair.

Lee Ann White (File photo)

Lee Ann White (File photo)

Lee Ann only thought she was retiring from the chairmanship this past year. But face it. After scoring a couple of major successes with two Dallas symposiums that “drew attention, created awareness and raised funds for the Institute,” they weren’t about to let her slip through their fingers.

So, the first item on her agenda was to spread the word to the gals in Fort Worth. To do that, she’s holding a symposium today on “Female Focus: Differences Matter” in collaboration with the UNT Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s River Crest Country Club.

Joining her in chairing the event are Kit Moncrief and Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price.

But don’t go thinking that Dallas will be out in the cold in regards to women’s health. Lee Ann and the Laura W. Bush Institute of Women’s Health staff have scheduled “Women And Sleep: Good Night; Great Day” for Tuesday, May 17, at the Dallas Country Club.

The National Advisory Board is an all-volunteer board comprised of individuals who are interested in women’s health. The members come from varied backgrounds and advise the Executive Director on ways to advance and enhance the Institute’s mission and programs while serving as ambassadors for the Institute.  For information about the symposiums and the Laura W. Bush Institute of Women’s Health, visit laurabushinstitute.org or call Renee Price at 214.358.9065.