Who are we?
The Think Ahead Group (TAG) is a group of young professionals who are passionate about brain health.

What do we do?
TAG is teaching people how to think about the current and future health of their brains. We raise money to support research at the Center for BrainHealth that discovers and implements new ways to understand, protect, and heal the human brain.

Accomplishments:

  • Securing former First Lady Laura W. Bush as a special guest speaker
  • Growing to over 400 past and present members
  • Raising over $300,000 in financial and in-kind gifts
  • Hosting multiple lectures and social events

Media Recognition:

  • Dallas Morning News
  • PaperCity
  • D Magazine Blog
  • Dallas Modern Luxury
  • Park Cities People
  • RSVP Calendar Blog
  • My Sweet Charity Blog
  • Luella & June


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Kate Seale

Name:
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.