BOSTON, Mass. — State Rep. Kimberly Ferguson (R-Holden) was recently presented the 2012 “Leadership Award” from the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts (BIA-MA) during their annual conference in Marlborough.
Citing her ongoing commitment to advocacy for brain injury research and treatment, the BIA-MA awarded Representative Ferguson the Leadership Award as a result of her tireless work serving as a member of the Brain Injury Commission.
“I am extremely honored to accept the 2012 ‘Leadership Award’ from the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts,” said Representative Ferguson. “As a Speech/Language Pathologist, I have had experience over the years working with individuals with acquired brain injury and their families, and I understand many of the issues and challenges they face, but I also have seen many successes. I look forward to my continued advocacy work and delivering the message of the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts.
The Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts is a private, nonprofit organization that serves individuals with brain injury and their families. Additionally, the BIA-MA offers programs to prevent brain injuries, educates the public on the risks and impact of brain injury, and advocates for legislation and improved community services.