COMMITMENT TO CURES Sponsorship Opportunities

The American Brain Foundation is excited to share the Commitment to Cures sponsorship opportunities available for 2024. This is the premier celebration uniting the public and neurology community around the crucial need to support brain disease research. This years event will feature recent breakthroughs in brain disease research as well as extraordinary stories of hope from people impacted by brain disease.

You will find all the specific event details below including the sponsorship levels and benefits summary. To learn more about our organization, the event and the sponsorship opportunities please check out the complete sponsorship deck here.

We believe our vision of life without brain disease is possible, and we won’t stop until we get there. We need your support to accomplish our mission; please join us as a Commitment to Cures sponsor in 2024.

When you are ready to secure your sponsorship, click the button below.

Commitment to Cures

Saturday, April 13th, 2024

Cocktail Reception: 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Dinner & Program: 7:00 p.m.

Location: Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center

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Kristen Aguirre

Kristen Aguirre is a journalist, speaker, and disability advocate. She’s worked across the country, previously covering news in Asheville, Denver, Kalamazoo, Flint, and Quincy, Illinois. During her time in Denver, her life completely changed. At 30 years old, she suffered an ischemic stroke that left the entire left side of her body completely paralyzed and spent months recovering. She was able to gain the majority of her mobility back and now uses her voice to empower other traumatic brain injury survivors, and we are honored to have her as our emcee. She is also a fierce advocate for mental health support and disability rights.


Bruce Ovbiagele, MD, MSc, MAS, MBA, MLS, FAAN

Dr. Ovbiagele will be honored for his transformative work in health equity and inclusion. His research focuses on the development, dissemination, and translation of evidence-based behavioral interventions into clinical practice and community settings to improve stroke outcomes for underserved and vulnerable populations. He has also helped to train, mentor, and inspire individuals from underrepresented groups in medicine to conduct high-quality research. Dr. Ovbiagele’s impact on the field has been tremendous; his research and role as a mentor have made the field and the atmosphere for discovery immensely better.

If you are interested in a custom sponsorship or you have other sponsorship questions please reach out to Kim Howard, Corporate Partnerships & Events Manager at [email protected] or call her directly at 612-928-6321.

Please note: Should we be unable to hold the event in person for public health reasons, the event will be held virtually. You will have the option to receive a refund, apply your sponsorship toward a virtual event sponsorship or a donation to the American Brain Foundation.

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