Wed, Jan 05 | Zoom Call

ACT for ALS: Moving Forward

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ACT for ALS:  Moving Forward

Time & Location

Jan 05, 4:00 PM PST
Zoom Call

About the Event

We are excited to host EverythingALS Community Event:  ACT for ALS Bill : Moving Forward, What Does This Mean for Those Affected by ALS

We invite you to join us and other people with ALS and families to engage in a positive setting of collaboration and community.

The meeting will be on Wednesday,  January 05th 2021 at 4:00 pm PT

-5:00pm Mountain Time

-6:00pm Central Time

-7:00pm Eastern Time

The meeting will be approximately 45-60mins long followed by an open forum.

Once you RSVP the Zoom details with password will be sent via email. Watch out for the email. If you have any questions please email us at

Come here and learn from our Guest Speakers : Reyn Archer, M.D., Cheif of Staff, Congressman Jeff Fortenberry and Megan Miller, Director of Science and Policy, I AM ALS.

Dr. Reyn Archer is a Legislative and Policy Expert in Public Health and International Diplomacy and currently is a Chief Of Staff for Congressman Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE). Dr. Archer has played a key role in the bill, ACT for ALS and has a demonstrated history of working on public policy in health, nutrition and international development. He has strong community and social services experience skilled in moving legislation, crisis management, public affairs, crisis communications, and public speaking. Previously, Dr. Archer was President and CEO of Consitor focused on health strategies to address needs of health clients related to integration of policy, advocacy, public health and access. Dr. Archer was Chief Medical Officer at Burson-Marsteller, and also served as a Commissioner of Texas Department of Health.

Megan Miller is Director of Science and Policy at IAMALS, Megan leverages her expertise in biomedical science and public policy to develop, launch and lead a strategy centered around those living with ALS today to transform the ALS research ecosystem. Formerly, Megan was a Program Officer and Strategic Advisor for Research at the U.S. Agency for International Development. In this role, Megan oversaw global research collaborations and worked to build bridges between the research community and non-academic stakeholders. Megan has a Ph.D. in biomedical sciences and completed a postdoctoral Fellowship at the Yale School of Medicine. She has co-authored a dozen publications, including peer-reviewed research articles, book chapters, literature reviews and a subchapter of the 2018 Surgeon General report on smoking cessation.

Let’s Kick Off the New Year Together! 

​We look forward to seeing you at the event!

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