Michigan has one of the incidence rates of multiple sclerosis in the country and women are diagnosed with the disease two to three times more than men. Join us at the Women on the Move Luncheon to raise awareness and help fund critical research.
The 3rd Annual Women on the Move Luncheon will take place on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at the Westin Book Cadillac Detroit.
Our special guest and keynote speaker will be David Osmond.
David Osmond was diagnosed with MS in 2006 at the age of 26. He has show business in his genealogy as part of the world famous Osmond family and started his career as an entertainer at the age of four. He is the son of Alan Osmond, the founder of the famed troupe of singing brothers who also lives with MS, and is the nephew of Donny and Marie Osmond.
David was forced to put his music career on hold due to his diagnosis and physical battle with MS. He followed his father’s own words of wisdom, “I may have MS, but MS does NOT have me,” and has become a symbol of hope to the MS community as he continues to successfully overcome the physical challenges of MS while raising a family and refocusing on his music career.
David is passionately dedicated to raising awareness and resources for the MS community through speaking and performing nationwide with a hopeful and positive message of overcoming adversity.
For more information, call (248) 936-0342 or email Patti at: firstname.lastname@example.org