“As a caregiver and a strong supporter of the SF Bay Area Walk to End Alzheimer’s, I walk, I fundraise, I raise awareness about Alzheimer’s and I don’t stop talking until people listen. My beautiful mother lost her ability to wipe out Alzheimer’s but I haven’t. I believe that we are voices for those who no longer can speak. Together, we can work towards a cure and I strongly believe that when woman are working together for a common goal, the job will be done. We can no longer quietly talk about Alzheimer’s. We have to raise our voices loudly so that people understand that a cure needs to be found. The more we talk about it and keep the awareness front and center, the more people want to help. “