It’s not every day that the Center for BrainHealth’s Advisory Board has a change in leadership. In fact in the past there have only been three former board chairs — Ka Cotter, Debbie Francis and Founding Chair Sheila Schlosberg.
Now news comes that Roger Gault will be finishing up his two years as the chair with David Jacobs taking over the reins of leadership.
According to David, “I’ve served on the Center for BrainHealth advisory board for more than a decade and have seen the outstanding leadership of this board. I’m excited to do my very best to build on this leadership to further the mission. My wife, Cher, and I are passionate about brain health and brain performance because we believe they are the most significant advancements that we can make for the world.”
Joining David in leading the board to advance the Center’s mission in new and creative ways will be Lindsay Wilson, who will take on the role of vice-chair.
As Lindsay, who has been on the board for the past three years, explained, “I am excited to work even more closely with the amazing staff and advisory board at the Center for BrainHealth as we continue to spread the word about the importance of proactively taking care of our brains!”
* Photo provided by Center for BrainHealth