Barbra Boeta, vice president of community impact, Texas Capital Bank
Join the American Heart Association Circle of Red chairpersons for coffee, mimosas and brunch in sweats!
Claudia Talamantz (Univision62) at the 2023 Austin Vestido Rojo
copyright Taylor Nelson 2023
American Heart Association and TxDOT are making roads even safer with Hands-Only CPR education AUSTIN, Texas, August 7, 2023 – The American Heart Association is working to build a Nation of Lifesavers™ through CPR education in Texas through a new program with TxDOT. The Hands-Only CPR initiative kicks off in Austin on August 15 with
AUSTIN – The 2022-23 American Heart Association | Central Texas released its annual report on Wednesday. The report chronicles the last fiscal year, including campaign highlights, community impact/outreach, advocacy efforts and media interaction. Click here to view the annual report
During the 2023 Texas Legislative Session, the American Heart Association prioritized issues surrounding nutrition security, tobacco/vaping cessation, CPR education and maternal health Leading up to the session, the American Heart Association developed an agenda to address the most pressing issues inhibiting improved health for Texans. The agenda included nutrition security, tobacco/vaping, CPR and maternal health.
Central Texas American Heart Association appoints Dr. Matthew Ashley of Centre for Neuro Skills to local board AUSTIN, Texas, May 3, 2023 — Centre for Neuro Skills (CNS), a leader in brain injury rehabilitation services, and the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, today announced Dr. Matthew Ashley as a