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October 8, 2021 | 1 minute read

Bettina Bruchs

Bettina joined the Board in July 2021. As Corporate Secretary for a publicly listed company, she is an expert in the field of corporate governance.

Bettina earned a Master of Arts in the Science of Sports as well as a Master of Arts in Education from the University of Stuttgart in Germany. She has taught various classes on the subject of prevention of disease through a healthy lifestyle and has led projects on how to motivate individuals to incorporate physical activity into their daily lives. Her expert knowledge and life-long interest in the role that nutrition and physical activity play in disease prevention complement the existing talent on AICR’s Board.

She has had more than thirty years of experience working for companies and organizations in countries around the globe, including the United States, Germany, Spain, and Botswana. Bettina’s extensive international experience and understanding of cultural differences will be invaluable as AICR works to spread the message of cancer prevention.

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