Speaker Bio

Susan P. Gibson RPh MBA

Susan Gibson is on a mission to help others improve their memory and prevent dementia. Trained as a pharmacist and Harvard MBA, she had 30 years of leadership experience at medical device and pharmaceutical companies before embarking upon her mission. Susan’s beloved Mother had Alzheimer’s disease. Watching her decline was the impetus for Susan’s passion.  Susan lectures on natural methods of memory enhancement and dementia prevention and created the following tools for naturally improving memory: 2018: Susan Founded Vivolor® Therapeutics Inc. 2019: Glory Day® Brain Booster launched – a mega-supplement that has many amazing success stories of improved cognition and quality of life 2020: Memory Max Challenge was initiated, teaching over 100 specific actions that enhance memory and prevent dementia through natural, lifestyle changes.    Memory Max Challenge covers all the basics of natural methods that are scientifically proven to help memory and reviews the clinical trials for each recommendation showing the extent of improvements on memory tests and reductions in rates of dementia seen with each action. https://bit.ly/3hUlefB 2020: Glory Day® Memory Wellness Academy launched, which takes memory education even deeper and provides multiple monthly ‘live’ online memory education events, a Facebook community, and a library of materials and resources.   https://bit.ly/2QNQkcP
Susan has been featured on television, multiple radio station airings and as an invited guest on many podcasts.  She is a certified coach and is working on her Functional Nutrition certification.

Awards:

Susan was named Top 100 Healthcare Leader by the International Forum on Advancements in Healthcare in 2019 for her work in memory health.  Vivolor® Therapeutics Inc received Most Innovative Health Improvement Regimen 2020 from Global Health and Pharma in September 2020.

Talk Titles:​

  • Is Memory Loss Wreaking Havoc in Your Life?  Let’s change that
  • Risks for Dreaded Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Evidence-Based Guidance for Naturally Improving Memory
  • Cognitive Aging: What to Expect as You Get Older

Examples of Susan in the media:

  • Interview on La Rosa Wellness  https://www.facebook.com/larosawellness/videos/619371482092475
  • Interview on Game Changers TV  https://gamechangers.tv/training/memory-loss-what-you-can-do/
  • Interview on God@Work on GodTv  https:/www.god.tv/video/god-at-work-rich-marshall-11/zype
  • Interview on Healthy Tips After 50 podcast https://healthytipsafter50.com/brain-boost/
  • Interview on Iwork4Him radio  https://home/customer/www/vivolor.com/public_html.iwork4him.com/podcast/2019/11/the-formula-for-solving-problems
  • Receiving Top 100 Healthcare Leader Award At International Forum on Advancements in Healthcare  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkAh_Do73cY
  • Presenting – Is Pharma Drug Pricing Being Disrupted? At International Forum on Advancements in Healthcare https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWCwXTkV8XM
  • Hope, Health and Healing radio
  • IFAH Panel Discussion: Dietary Supplements, Nutraceuticals and Functional Food   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UPSlNIZnAw
  • Interview on Your Kingdom Journey  https://claudiaklann.com/podcast/ Aug 25, 2020 God Has a Solution for Every Disease
  • Interview on Brain Boss Challenge  https://youtu.be/nbN8SLHzF2Q

For more information, please contact Susan at:  sgibson@vivolor.com

Criteria for Donations

  1. Empower recipientsOrganizations that help recipients help themselves, restoring dignity and not creating dependency. Organizations that provide training and support for long-term transformation of the recipients. In other words, teaching recipients to fish and run a business, not just giving them a fish.
  2. High impactOrganizations that have a record and history of examples of long-term transformation of the recipients and that get at the root of problems in poor communities. Organization that help eliminate systemic poverty.
  3. Help the poorest: Provide substantive impact to the poorest of the poor, those who are hungry, needy or oppressed.
  4. Good stewards of resources: Organizations with reasonable administrative overhead costs, so that the majority of funds donated go to help the recipients, not just run the organization.
  5. Sustainable model (desirable): Organizations that are moving towards greater sustainability where activities are self-financing and do not constantly require inflow of new funding. Organizations with infrastructure that is effective and repeatable.

Examples of organizations that meet Vivolor Therapeutics’ Criteria for Donations:

  1. Opportunity International
    Microfinance non-profit that serves the poorest of the poor offering business loans, training, and education on saving with the goal to “eradicate extreme poverty in our lifetime”.  Every dollar donated continues to work for decades as it gets re-loaned again and again.
  2. Iris Global in Mozambique
    When Iris started in Mozambique, it was officially listed as the poorest country in the world.  Iris offers training, schools, medical clinics, child sponsorship and will soon offer a university for the poor.
  3. Sinapis
    Non-profit that equips entrepreneurs in poor regions (primarily Africa) to impact their community and help alleviate poverty.