First American Trusts Jody Hudson Added to Help Advance Local Alzheimers Initiatives
Online PR News – 25-July-2014 – This week, Alzheimers Association, Orange County (AAOC) welcomes five-year Alzheimers advocate Jody Hudson, CTFA to its distinguished board of directors. One of Southern Californias premier nonprofit organizations for Alzheimers research and education, AAOC provides no-cost programs and services for families and caregivers, while raising critical funds and awareness for Alzheimers disease.
Hudson, a Tustin resident, joins the nonprofits existing team of esteemed individuals in guiding the organizations local resources and initiatives.
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AAOCs board of directors is comprised of individuals who are highly regarded throughout the community, said Jim McAleer, president and CEO of AAOC. Jody is a perfect example of what our board members exemplify and were fortunate to have her continued support.
Hudson is vice president and relationship manager at First American Trust in Santa Ana where she is responsible for the administration of trust and investment management accounts for high net worth clients. Hudson has been exposed to the reality of Alzheimers both personally and professionally. Many of Hudsons clients have been diagnosed with Alzheimers and her father has been exhibiting symptoms of dementia for nearly 10 years. Hudson explained that the disease became apparent when everyday tasks such as driving and cooking became difficult for him.
Alzheimers Association has been a resource to my family when we needed it most, said Hudson. Joining the board of directors gives me an even greater opportunity to give back to an organization that provides families with invaluable programs and services.
In addition to her recent board member induction, Hudson was a recipient of the 2014 Alzheimers Volunteer Partner of the Year award and is a founding member of AAOCs Visionary Women 1000 group.
According to the Alzheimers Association, 5.4 million Americans live with Alzheimers disease, and that number is expected to triple by 2050. Alzheimers is the sixth-leading cause of death nationally and the fourth-leading cause in Orange County. For more information about its programs and services, visit: http://www.alz.org/oc/ or call 800-272-3900.
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