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Alumnus Publishes Children’s Book About Alzheimer’s DiseaseKent Karosen ’88 is a Managing Director at Cantor Fitzgerald, LP. Kent brings over two decades of financial expertise and management experience to the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation, where he has been a board member since 2005. He presently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Intrepid Museum Foundation and is the Chairman of its investment committee. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Temple Emanu-El Synagogue in Miami Beach, Fla. In May of 2001, he was named an Honorary Commodore in the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary for the 1st Southern Region. His recent accomplishment—publishing a book explaining Alzheimer’s to children.

Why Can’t Grandma Remember My Name? explains Alzheimer’s disease in a way for parents and families to share with a younger audience what is happening to Grandma or other loved ones afflicted by the disease. The book also integrates artwork created by children juxtaposed with art created by Alzheimer’s patients, demonstrating the power of art therapy for all ages. All royalties benefit the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation in the quest to find a cure.

Alumnus Publishes Children’s Book About Alzheimer’s Disease Alumnus Publishes Children’s Book About Alzheimer’s Disease

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