One Mind Supporter Profiles

We launched our One Mind Supporter Profile series in January 2019. Since then, every month we have highlighted a person (or group of people) to showcase their support of One Mind via a profile summary shared on our website. We would like to thank them and everyone else who supports brain health and One Mind. Please click their images below to read each of their profiles:

TBI Survivor Profile

39 years ago on July 13th, WendySue Pincus sustained a traumatic brain injury. Since then, she has lived a passionate, educationally-informed life that has significantly improved her own recovery while serving as motivation for others. Read more.

Independent film maker, Marcia Kimpton, is donating 10% of the ticket and online download sales of her most recent semi-autobiographical movie, Bardo Blues to One Mind. Read more.

One Mind Supporter Profile June 2019

Seong and David Brown are turning the grief of familial tragedy into steps for positive change for youth brain health care. In memory of their daughter, they now run a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and young adults suffering from brain illness that is partnering with One Mind. Read more.

Mike and Martha Herb had distinguished, lasting military careers. It was through the military that they met and through the military that they became brain health supporters and supporters of One Mind. Read more.

Gwill’s own family experiences with a brain health condition influenced her brain health advocacy work and led her to One Mind, where for more than 10 years she has served on our Board of Directors. Read more.

Zach first learned about One Mind while reading about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, the brain health condition he has. Impressed with our work, Zach and his girlfriend held a fundraiser to support our non-profit. Read more.

Longtime Napa Valley resident Jaime Orozco ran his first Half Marathon to raise funds for One Mind, recruiting a number of friends to run and fundraise with him. Together they crushed their $10,000 fundraising goal while also having fun! Read more.