Beasley Allen employee ambassador for heart health

Beasley Allen employee Jill Cawley was a special ambassador at a recent proclamation signing by Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange declaring Feb. 4 as “Wear Red Day” in the City of Montgomery. This event is part of a national effort to raise awareness by the American Heart Association, drawing attention to women’s heart health. Cawley has visited the nation’s capital as an AHA ambassador. She became active in promoting heart health after suffering a heart attack herself. She encourages women to be conscious of making healthy choices to protect their hearts for the long term.

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