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Kate Martin Seale
What is your involvement with TAG?:
This is my first year to be on the TAG Board and I am helping out with our Fundraising efforts for our 5th Annual Derby. It's going to be the best yet!
Tell us a little bit about your background. :
I grew up in Dallas but went off to Nashville for college. After a great four years I came back and within just a few months joined TAG and have been a part of it ever since.
Have you taken any fun trips recently? :
Yes! Recently my husband and I got married so we went to St. Lucia to enjoy some relaxing time on the beach and then to Zermatt, Switzerland for a little skiing. Both were terrific!
Why should young professionals get involved with TAG? :
I noticed out of college that I all the sudden felt mentally stagnant after years of constant learning. Even with a rigorous job, there was a void. I think TAG is a great group for young professionals because it's very social and we have a great time together, but it's also a group that allows you to expand your knowledge base about brain function and improvement. There is so much amazing research going on that I can't even keep up with it all. But really the top two reasons I think young professionals should get involved with TAG is to join a group of highly driven young men and women in a social context, while also being able to take advantage of interesting learning opportunities.