We hosted our eighth annual Legacy Celebration on November 3, 2022. To mark the 50thanniversary of the passage of Title IX, Millie Cooper’s book, “Aerobics for Women,” women being welcomed to compete in the Boston Marathon, and many other milestones, we dedicated the evening to celebrate women who have made a global impact on health and fitness. The event was a night to remember.
Our keynote speaker for the evening was Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to ever register and run the Boston Marathon. Switzer ran the marathon in 1967, before women were officially welcomed to compete in 1972. Kathrine uses her platform to be an advocate for women’s sports and social causes. We honored Millie Cooper, who continues to set an example for all women and families in leading healthier lifestyles, for the 50th anniversary of her book, “Aerobics for Women.”
Thankyou to everyone who attended, supported and sponsored our 2022 Legacy Celebration. We are truly thankful for your continued support. Your generosity allows us to continue life-changing research and develop programs that help us all live Well. Into the Future.
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2022 Legacy Celebration Photo Album
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Coffee with Cooper
Coffee with Cooper is a virtual educational series that focuses on helping you take control of your well-being and work towards a healthier future. Collaborating with public health leaders and utilizing scientific research, some of the key topics have included sleep benefits, eye health, and cardiovascular fitness. Each of our speakers is an expert in their field and will also take your questions during the program. Save your spot for our next installment today!