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FS Investments Hosts AHA’s Navy Yard Goes Red

April 12, 2018

PHILADELPHIA- April 12, 2017 – Nearly 150 guests attended the American Heart Association’s Navy Yard Goes Red event last night, hosted by FS Investments at the company’s Philadelphia Navy Yard headquarters for the third year in a row.

The event raised funds for the Heart Association’s national Go Red For Women initiative, an effort that advocates for more research and swifter action for women’s heart health through coordinated educational programming, fundraising and events annually. While more commonly associated with men, heart disease is the number one killer of women, causing one in three deaths each year (approximately one woman every minute).

“We are grateful for FS Investments’ commitment to women’s health,” says Jennifer T. Davis, Executive Director of the American Heart Association Philadelphia. “The Go Red For Women movement thrives because of the dedication and support of sponsors who help us gain traction toward our ultimate goal of raising awareness and funds towards eradicating heart disease.”

This year’s Navy Yard Goes Red event featured a panel discussion of female executives from across the greater Philadelphia area, moderated by NBC10’s Rosemary Connors. Panelists included: Ashley Patterson, Chief Revenue Officer/ Publisher of Philadelphia Magazine, Nikki Johnson-Huston, Esq. Founder of The Law Office of Nikki-Johnson Huston LLC, Nina Stanley, Chief Creative Officer/Owner of MOD Worldwide and Annette Mitchell, MSN CRNP of the Angioplasty Center at Jefferson Health.

Participants shared key moments in their journeys to success, talking about the ways that grit and perseverance have impacted their long-term goals. The event helped raise awareness about the importance of women’s heart health, while also serving as an impactful networking opportunity for attendees.

The partnership between the Heart Association and FS Investments stems from a shared commitment to health, both financial and physical. Chief Compliance Officer of FS Investments, Lisa Detwiler, has been an ardent supporter of Go Red for Women for 12 years. She worked closely with a talented team of women at FS and AHA to help spearhead Navy Yard Goes Red its first year, creating a forum to generate funds, awareness and a professional development experience for women in Philadelphia.

“We’re proud to work with the American Heart Association to bring awareness to the importance of heart health and women supporting women,” says Detwiler. “Events like Navy Yard Goes Red are integral to the work that AHA is doing on a national level through the Go Red for Women initiative and FS Investments is honored to play a part.”

About FS Investments:
FS Investments is a leading asset manager dedicated to helping individuals, financial professionals and institutions design better portfolios. The firm provides access to alternative sources of income and growth, and focuses on setting industry standards for investor protection, education and transparency.

FS Investments is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA with offices in New York, NY, Orlando, FL and Washington, DC. Visit www.fsinvestments.com to learn more.

About FS Foundation:
The FS Foundation is the philanthropic arm of FS Investments. It aims to positively impact communities through championing civic leadership, volunteerism and philanthropy at all levels of the firm. Visit www.fsinvestments.com/about/fs-foundation to learn more.

About AHA:
The American Heart Association is devoted to saving people from heart disease and stroke- the two leading causes of death in the world. We team with millions of volunteers to fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide lifesaving tools and information to prevent and treat these diseases. The Dallas-based association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. To learn more or to get involved, call 1-800-AHA-USA1, visit heart.org or call any of our offices around the country. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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