Donor Spotlight: AMG National TrustDevin Lynn Nov 5, 2020
In the coming years, AMG continued to sponsor the Annual Community Event and partnered with the CWHR to produce four research talks for their staff and clients. They hope that by philanthropically supporting the CWHR, they will help researchers pursue innovative ideas that will improve the health of communities around the world.
The recent lectures bring medical information from researchers directly to people in the community. Some of the research being supported by the AMG, and other generous donors, is now being disseminated through lectures and community education programs. These talks cover a variety of health topics ranging from sleep to brain development and cardiac arrest outcomes. "Our clients are busy people. Yet, they, like so many of us, are curious to learn about health so they can enhance their own lives even further," said Emily Musser, vice president of client relations at AMG. In total, hundreds of people in the Denver area and beyond have attended these lectures.
"It is important to us that we provide our clients with information beyond financial education," said Sheryl. AMG provides comprehensive integrative wealth management to their clients. By partnering with the Center, AMG supports the CWHR's commitment to bringing scientific information to the community, so that evidence-based research is accessible and useful in everyday life.
"More is becoming known every day. As people age, there are new solutions, and there are new ways to deal with health problems. This is an important message for everyone," said Sheryl. These lectures are an integral part of AMG's ability to disseminate thought-provoking information to its national client base. Recently, AMG was able to invite even more clients to a virtual lecture.
"COVID-19 has presented a lot of challenges, but because we were all remote, we offered the latest lecture to our clients around the country," said Emily. "That was one positive aspect of moving to a virtual format. We had very engaged clients who were excited about Q&A with the speaker."
Community outreach is a central tenet of the CWHR. Research is a powerful tool for improving the lives of women and men around the world, but it is critical that they are given the necessary information. Partnerships like the one with AMG provide critical avenues for disseminating information to the community.
"We built AMG National Trust with our clients' best interests in mind and that includes bringing them information that may not be directly related to wealth management. I hope that the partnership between AMG and the Center for Women's Health Research not only improves the health and well-being of women, men and their families throughout the country," said Earl Wright, co-founder and chairman of the board for AMG National Trust.