The Child Neurology Foundation is launching a new project, Better Together for Kids, that kicks off this March, and explores how we can support better collaboration and connection between advocacy and industry in our sector.
Better Together for Kids is a year-long initiative that brings together a select group of influential leaders in child neurology to unlock the full potential of advocacy-industry relationships.
Over the coming months, we will be convening a series of virtual and (hopefully!) face-to-face conversations to find the common ground and shared language that facilitates advocacy-industry collaboration. We’ll articulate our unique interests, priorities, and roles as a way to build stronger and more productive connections.
By the end of the year, we’ll all know more about building bridges to our partners, maintaining strong relationships, and sustaining those alliances for the long term. And we won’t keep our learnings to ourselves: We’ll share our findings with the larger community, so others in our sector can benefit as well.
CNF’s CEO/Executive Director Amy Brin, MSN, MA, PCNS-BC, will be convening these sessions and bringing together the following leaders in the child neurology community: