Victoria - 2020
Breakfast to Remember, presented by Trillium Boutique Senior Living, returns to the Fairmont Empress Hotel in Victoria on Thursday, February 27, 2020.
The event is opportunity for business, health-care and community leaders to take a leading role in changing the experience of people affected by dementia, as well as the future of the disease, by funding the Alzheimer Society of B.C.'s education, support services and research.
Breakfast to Remember, presented by Trillium Boutique Senior Living, allows guests to make a difference in the lives of people affected by dementia and network with other community leaders before the work day begins.
In 2020, hear from keynote speaker, international yacht designer Gregory C. Marshall and guest speaker, dementia researcher Dr. Alexandre Henri-Bhargava.
Gregory C. Marshall, International yacht designer
with Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architect Ltd.
Greg Marshall is a Victoria-based yacht designer with over 40 years experience working in a fascinating industry. Together with business partner Gordon Galbraith, Greg runs local superyacht design firm Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architects, a company that employs 24 naval architects, engineers, stylists and interior designers. Together they have designed more than 2,000 vessels that have been built worldwide, employing tens of thousands of people to build them. The vessels range from 12 feet on the small end to over 330 feet and costing in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The team has won virtually every major international superyacht award.
Greg’s design team is constantly pushing the boundaries of technology and innovation with a heavy focus on reducing the impact ships have on the earth as they travel the globe. The recently launched superyacht Artefact is 270 feet long and one of the most technologically advanced and environmentally thoughtful ships ever built.
Dr. Alexandre Henri-Bhargava, Neurologist and dementia researcher
Dr. Henri-Bhargava is a Victoria-based neurologist and medical educator who is a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at UBC and the Medical Director of the Neil and Susan Manning Cognitive Health Initiative, an innovative five-year clinical research program to integrate leading-edge research and care for people living with cognitive health issues on Vancouver Island. His work in the area of dementia and cognitive disorders includes providing care to individuals and families, teaching medical students and residents and conducting research into new avenues for diagnosis and treatment.
Tailored event sponsorship opportunities are now available. Contact Janet Hutzul at [email protected] or 604-742-4938 for more information.
We hope you can join us to help ensure the estimated 70,000 British Columbians living with dementia and their families are not alone.
For more information about the event, please contact Special Events Officer, Devon Taylor at 604-742-4954 or [email protected]
Thank you to our 2020 Breakfast to Remember Victoria event sponsors.