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Help for the Caregiver - Caregiver Relief Fund

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Join me, Ryan Whitmore and Michael Lindenmayer, founders of the Caregiver Relief Fund. The Caregiver Relief Fund is a social venture committed to caring for caregivers. The Caregiver Relief Fund provides resources, assistance and a voice to over 50 million Americans who are currently caregivers to the chronically ill, aged and disabled. Listen in to learn how this new social venture reaches out and helps caregivers in need. http://caregiverrelieffund.wordpress.com/ ******************************************** Michael TS Lindenmayer,Founding Partner + Chairman Michael is the founder of the Caregiver Relief Fund. Michael has a long history of building social ventures. He was an early adopter of the award winning leading micro-credit institution, the Grameen Bank and of the leading literacy organization, Room to Read. Michael commenced his career in investment banking. He worked at Morgan Stanley in their New York and London offices. He did post-graduate research for James P Womack during his tenure at MIT. He is a frequent speaker on caregiving issues, frequent radio guest and committed champion of caregivers. He graduated cum laude from Kalamazoo College. Michael is a partner in a consulting firm and speaks 5 languages. Ryan Whitmore, Co-Founder + Chief Operating Officer ******************************************** Ryan is the Editor-in-Chief of the Elder Brief (www.elderbrief.com), a publication dedicated to educate and inform elders and caregivers of the products and services available to assist them in their journeys. Prior to his role at Elder Brief, Ryan was a financial analyst based in Chicago. Ryan has served as the co-head of the Chicago Chapter of Room to Read and is an advocate and volunteer for Ladder Up, a Chicago-based non for profit which assists low income families gain access to education funding. Ryan and his wife live in Chicago. He speaks English and Portuguese.

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