Anderson has a BBA and MBA from Mississippi State University. She was named one of Atlanta Woman magazine's community heroes in 2009 because of her work in the nonprofit sector.
Before coming to the Alzheimer's Association, Anderson was with the Red Cross for 14 years. She served in many different roles on the chapter, state and national levels. Plus, she had a leadership role in many fundraising efforts, including one after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
The Alzheimer's Association formed in 2002 when different chapters across Georgia banded together and became one association serving the entire state. There are regional offices across Georgia, including one in Atlanta.
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