Gladys Lundy-Lam is the primary patient stakeholder leader for the PCORI-funded COMPASS (Comprehensive Post-Acute Stroke Services) study. A member of the Steering Committee, she has supported the development of peer-reviewed academic papers and has presented on the study, also participating on a PCORI Annual Meeting panel representing patients. Outside of the COMPASS study, Lundy-Lam has worked to build heart health and stroke awareness among women and minorities in North Carolina. She was the president of the Minority Women’s Health Project, a community public health, advocacy, and outreach nonprofit in Raleigh, North Carolina. She has also served on the national board of directors for WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease and as co-chair of the Triangle Stroke Education Outreach Initiative.

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