The evening was cohosted by Figure8 and Museum of Ice Cream founders Maryellis Bunn and Manish Vora and featured conversations with top brain health experts including Dr. Richard Isaacson, Dr. Peter Attia, Dr. Christine Greer and Dr. Wendy Suzuki. The evening concluded with a special private performance from beloved R&B group Boyz II Men.
During a VIP hour, guests were invited to participate in a guided meditation led by Keegan-Michael Key and HFC co-founder Seth Rogen; and Chef Ben Robinson of Bravo TV series, Below Deck gave a private cooking demonstration highlighting easy ways to create brain healthy meals. Guests were invited to participate in live activations including mediation sessions provided by INSCAPE, brain games, and an interactive experience on aging led by Home Instead Senior Care. Guests also enjoyed a variety of cocktails mixed with brain healthy ingredients including a Spicy Ginger Margarita featuring Casa Noble Tequila, a Blueberry Bramble featuring Whistlepig Rye Whiskey, and Sunwink Herbal Tonics and bites full of beneficial brain health ingredients such as goji berries, salmon, kale, dark chocolate, avocado and more.
During a candid conversation, the evening’s brain health experts discussed simple, yet vital, brain-boosting habits that can significantly improve cognitive health. Techniques ranging from a good night’s sleep to daily power walks are lifestyle interventions for building a more Alzheimer’s resistant brain. Moderating the conversation were Seth and Lauren, who infused humor into the discussion and shared changes they’ve made in their own lives to reduce their Alzheimer’s risk.
The evening wrapped up with a special performance from Boyz II Men who performed their classic hits “I’ll Make Love to You,” “End of the Road,” and “Motownphilly” as guests danced and sang along.
Special guests of the evening included Keegan-Michael Key, Questlove, Adrian Grenier, Ubah Hassan and more and everyone went home with goody bags curated to help them live a brain healthy life.
Earlier this week, Seth and Lauren Miller Rogen were in the nation’s capital attending the UsAgainstAlzheimers Summit: Uniting Communities for a Cure and Better Brain Health where they received the Bea Lerner Award for their work on behalf of people affected by Alzheimer’s.