Our first guest is Dr. Ryan Burkland his subject matter is Dad’s and Son’s Health. It is easy for dads and sons to talk about sports, work or the weather – but when it comes to health issues opening up may not be so easy. For many men – health issues are kept close to the vest. But when it comes to your health, knowing your family history can make a huge difference in your quality of life. Don’t shortchange your family’s future health by avoiding a conversation with your dad or son. Last year, Cleveland Clinic created the MENtion It campaign to find out what men really talk to each other about. As you can imagine, health is not a popular topic of conversation between men. In fact, men are 5 times more likely to talk about current events (36%) than their health (7%) in casual conversation with their male friends. This year’s MENtion It campaign aims to get men – specifically dads and sons – to put sports talk on hold and instead open up to each other about what matters…their health.
Ryan Berglund, MD, is a urologist in the Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute at Cleveland Clinic and is a graduate of Harvard University with a degree in Biology. He attended medical school at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City. His general surgery and urology training were at the Cleveland Clinic, where he was a Chief Resident.
Our guest today Ray Kerins he will be discussing the Campaign “Here’s to the Farmer”. Ray Kerins is Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs for Bayer. He manages all communications, government relations, policy and advocacy for Bayer in the United States and the company’s four main businesses – Consumer Health, Crop Science, Pharmaceutical and Animal Health. Ray oversees the Bayer USA Foundation and is a member of the Bayer U.S. Country Leadership Team.
Luke Bryan and Bayer have joined forces to raise awareness and will toast American Farmers with Here’s to the Farmer Campaign its the Annual Farm Tour to Feed Hungry Americans with a Goal of Donating 1 Million Meals. As the son of a peanut farmer from Georgia, Bryan launched his annual Farm Tour in 2009 as a way of highlighting and celebrating the contributions of America’s farmers. For the third consecutive year, Bayer, a world leader in innovation and agriculture, is the title sponsor of the tour and will highlight its Here’s To The Farmer campaign. By using the hashtag #HeresToTheFarmer, fans can show their gratitude to America’s farmers. For every share, Bayer will donate a meal* to someone in need through Feeding America®.
The Here’s To The Farmer campaign will also help tackle hunger locally by donating more than $10,000 to area food banks, and by honoring a local farmer on stage with Bryan at each location.. To learn more about Bayer’s “Here’s To The Farmer” campaign visit www.herestothefarmer.com
Sharon Miller, Head of Small Business, Bank of America discusses Business Owner Spotlight, an annual study of 1,000 small business owners. The study is concerning Women entrepreneurs who see gender equality in the workplace on the horizon.
Sharon Miller is the Head of Small Business at Bank of America. Her team is responsible for delivering business and personal financial solutions to the company’s 3 million small business owners and entrepreneurs. Miller’s team of more than 2,000 associates delivers advice and guidance on cash management, business financing, home lending, investments and retirement. Prior to this role, Miller was Central Division Executive for Financial Center Sales and Merrill Edge® at Bank of America. In this role, she led financial center teams working in nearly 900 locations across 11 states, providing a full range of financial products, services and expertise to over 8 million Bank of America households. Miller joined Bank of America in 1996. She started her career as a Financial Advisor in Houston, Texas. She has held various leadership positions in the company, including National Sales Executive for Preferred Banking and Merrill Edge®, Complex Director for Merrill Lynch in Texas, Regional Executive for the Premier Banking and Investment business, and Market Executive for Nevada. Miller has been actively involved in the Bank of America community throughout her career. She has been an active member of Bank of America’s Diversity Council, has served on Merrill Lynch’s Director Advisory Council to Management and has held numerous market leadership roles across the country. Miller has held leadership positions in United Way, March of Dimes and Communities in Schools. For more information, please visit: www.bankofamerica.com/smallbusiness/
Patti La Belle and Vincenza Snow, MD, FACP Senior Medical Director, US Medical Affairs Lead, Pfizer Vaccines Prevnar 13 Franchise Medical Lead. Discuss why its so important for Baby Boomers and above to protect their health especially against Pneumococcal Pneumonia.
Entertainer, author and entrepreneur Patti LaBelle, aka the Godmother of Soul, is best known for countless hits including New Attitude, If You Only Knew, and Lady Marmalade. What’s even more impressive: after a career spanning more than 50 years, she’s still belting out songs and shows no signs of slowing down. Staying healthy is crucial for Patti—and not just because of her career. It’s a big part of who she is and helps her do what she wants to do at this point in her life.
Entertainer, author and entrepreneur Patti LaBelle, aka the Godmother of Soul, is best known for countless hits including New Attitude, If You Only Knew, and Lady Marmalade. What’s even more impressive: after a career spanning more than 50 years, she’s still belting out songs and shows no signs of slowing down.
Dr. Vincenza Snow, MD, US Medical Affairs Lead, Pfizer Vaccines Prevnar 13 Franchise Medical Lead.
Dr. Snow is a general internist with special interests in adult immunization, evidence-based guideline development, clinical policy, medical education, performance measurement, and practice-based quality improvement. She has served on many national committees and policy bodies such as the CDC ACIP Evidence-based Recommendations Work Group, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Roundtable on Evidence-based Guidelines, the provider workgroup (former chair) of the CDC/AMA Influenza Summit, liaison to the USPSTF of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the National Committee for Quality Assurance, among many others.