Our Management Team
Kevin Wolfe, M.A.- Founder and Managing Partner
I have worked in the medical field for almost two decades and have been very fortunate to work for innovative companies who found ways to bring new technology into the healthcare marketplace. I started Mind Your Memory because the Medical Director of one of the companies I work for gave me a book in 2018 by Dale Bredesen, M.D. called “The End of Alzheimer’s: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse the Cognitive Decline of Dementia”. The possibility of treating Alzheimer’s! I decided this was my next mission in life. Every day at work, I see far too many patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia in medical clinics and assisted living facilities.
I am very grateful for the success of my first company, Healthy Practice Solutions, LLC, and the positive impact it has had on the independent medical clinics, pharmacies, and laboratories who are my clients. But the possibility of helping individuals and their families avoid the personal and financial destruction of Alzheimer’s and dementia is the most motivating thing I have ever done in my life. I pray that everyone who reads this will support this cause and help it grow by forwarding the link for the Mind Your Memory website, www.mindyourmemory.com, to everyone they think would benefit from an objective cognitive evaluation and Dr. Bredesen’s Protocol. Thank you.
Kari Miller, RN- Partner/Operations Director
I have worked in direct patient care for over 15 years. I know the devastating effects of dementia first hand, for both patients and those who care about them. Historically, the treatments for Alzheimer’s disease consisted of a handful of medications which, in my experience, didn’t produce significant improvements and often had unpleasant side effects. I am pleased to be part of a new wave of early detection of Alzheimer’s and dementia. In addition, I am heartened by the potential of new treatments, such as the Bredeson Protocol, that offer real hope for dementia patients and their families. Similar to cancer, the earlier dementia is detected, the better the chance of successful treatment. I pursued a career in the medical field with the hope of making a difference in my patients’ lives. I believe that providing a means for people to confidentially measure their cognitive health will make a positive impact on their lives; either by setting their minds at ease, or by setting them on a path to early treatment, when they are most likely to benefit from therapy.