Montel Williams earned his media celebrity status as an inspirational Emmy Award winning television personality whom Americans invited into their homes for years. He is a decorated former naval officer, inspirational speaker, author, entrepreneur and advocate for patients worldwide. Shortly after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 1999, Williams established the Montel Williams MS Foundation to further the scientific study of MS, raise national awareness, and educate the public. Montel has been involved with many initiatives that are focused on improving the lives of people living with various brain impairments and injuries. He has personally participated in studies and trials surrounding non-invasive brain stimulation therapy with phenomenal results. He continues to work with researchers and the U.S. Army to further develop their findings with the hopes of helping civilians as well as soldiers who have experienced traumatic brain injuries.
Susan Connors served as president and chief executive officer of the Brain Injury Association of America in 2005. She was executive director of the National Association of State Head Injury Administrators and BIAA’s national director of state affairs. Susan has served in advisory capacities and on expert panels for several federal agencies, universities, nonprofit organizations and has authored numerous publications, position statements and articles.
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