Avant Guard – Dark

  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben Utecht is a remarkable example of someone who has turned a tragedy into a life-affirming effort to educate the public, especially parents and young athletes, about the potential serious consequences of sports concussion and other head injuries.

    Timothy A. Pedley MD, FAAN, President, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben Utecht is a remarkable example of someone who has turned a tragedy into a life-affirming effort to educate the public, especially parents and young athletes, about the potential serious consequences of sports concussion and other head injuries.

    Timothy A. Pedley MD, FAAN, President, American Academy of Neurology

Avant Guard – Columns

  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology

Boxed Slideshow

  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben Utecht is a remarkable example of someone who has turned a tragedy into a life-affirming effort to educate the public, especially parents and young athletes, about the potential serious consequences of sports concussion and other head injuries.

    Timothy A. Pedley MD, FAAN, President, American Academy of Neurology

Boxed – Columns

  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben Utecht is a remarkable example of someone who has turned a tragedy into a life-affirming effort to educate the public, especially parents and young athletes, about the potential serious consequences of sports concussion and other head injuries.

    Timothy A. Pedley MD, FAAN, President, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology

Modern – Slideshow

  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben Utecht is a remarkable example of someone who has turned a tragedy into a life-affirming effort to educate the public, especially parents and young athletes, about the potential serious consequences of sports concussion and other head injuries.

    Timothy A. Pedley MD, FAAN, President, American Academy of Neurology

Modern – Columns

  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben Utecht is a remarkable example of someone who has turned a tragedy into a life-affirming effort to educate the public, especially parents and young athletes, about the potential serious consequences of sports concussion and other head injuries.

    Timothy A. Pedley MD, FAAN, President, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology

Simple – Slideshow

  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben Utecht is a remarkable example of someone who has turned a tragedy into a life-affirming effort to educate the public, especially parents and young athletes, about the potential serious consequences of sports concussion and other head injuries.

    Timothy A. Pedley MD, FAAN, President, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben Utecht is a remarkable example of someone who has turned a tragedy into a life-affirming effort to educate the public, especially parents and young athletes, about the potential serious consequences of sports concussion and other head injuries.

    Timothy A. Pedley MD, FAAN, President, American Academy of Neurology

Simple – Columns

  • Ben took the time to familiarize himself with the profile of our graduating class, and even mentioned a few of them by name during his speech. He personalized his message to his young audience, building on his athletic and other life experiences, his faith in God, and his love for family. We’re inviting him back for other opportunities to speak to both our student athletes and our general student population.

    Dr. Tom Ries President, Concordia University
  • Not only is Ben dynamic and engaging, his personal story resonates with others and increases awareness on the needs to support research to help brain injury patients, especially those with sports concussion. Ben was a natural choice to receive the 2014 Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology and our foundation, the American Brain Foundation.

    Catherine M. Rydell CAE, Executive Director/CEO, American Academy of Neurology
  • Ben Utecht is a remarkable example of someone who has turned a tragedy into a life-affirming effort to educate the public, especially parents and young athletes, about the potential serious consequences of sports concussion and other head injuries.

    Timothy A. Pedley MD, FAAN, President, American Academy of Neurology
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