Asked to sign her name at the hospital treating her for stroke in 2000, Rosalyn Wallace could only manage an X.
Blessed to return to her full time position as an elementary principal she was able to receive and participate in quality rehabilitation services.
Rosalyn finished her career as an educator, and continued her volunteer work as the Stroke Ambassador to the 2017 Capital Region Heart Walk.
"I want to emphasize the importance of knowing your family history," Rosalyn, whose grandmother had a stroke in her late 50s, said. "I had quality care, and I'm concerned about those who don't."
Our newest concern is how COVID-19 is impacting the African American community. Fundraising is crucial during this current health care crisis. Help Rosalyn make a difference by supporting this year's heart walk at Harriman Campus or you pick the place virtually. Join my team on Sunday June 5, 2022 at 10:30am.