My name is Vicky Lynde – I am a WomenHeart Champion and also serve as the District Community Leader for the Northeast District in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont. I am married almost 35 years, am the mother of five children, and am a recently retired educator. I live in a small town in Massachusetts near the Vermont and New Hampshire borders. I’m a strong proponent of educating women about their health and always working to improve the lines of communication across states, while encouraging them to promote awareness about women’s heart health. It continually amazes me (and it shouldn’t because I am just as guilty!) how much we take care of others while neglecting our own health. Every time I speak with a woman and know I’ve made a connection with something she had not realized nor had thought about, I get that great feeling of “Yes! I’m doing the right thing!”
WomenHeart Champions are working across the country to educate women about heart disease. Explore the links below to learn more about the WomenHeart resources available in Miane to support women living with heart disease and to help all women stay heart-healthy!
Support Networks in Maine
Led by trained patient volunteers, WomenHeart’s local support groups meet monthly to provide women living with heart disease critical peer-to-peer support, information and encouragement. Please note, the majority of our support network meetings are conducted in English. Contact a WomenHeart Support Network Coordinator for details on the next scheduled meeting today:
- There are currently no WomenHeart Support networks in Maine. If you would like to start a support group in Maine, contact us here.
Learn how WomenHeart Champions are working in Maine and around the country to help women heart disease survivors live healthier lives.
Interested in advocating for women and heart disease? Review our advocacy initiatives and help us take action to improve heart health care for women!
WomenHeart Champions are the "boots on the ground" in communities across the nation. These highly trained volunteers are available to speak about their heart disease journey as well as share important heart-health information. Find out how to request a WomenHeart Champion to speak at your next community event!