Eileen Lovell

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Eileen has many passions including, first and foremost her family. She has a graduate degree in economics and has taught economics at the college level. However, she has become increasingly involved as a public health advocate. She served for 16 years as an advocate for the local and regional National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) affiliates. Along with Mark, she is now turning her focus to helping to attack the often difficult to detect and treat diseases such as Lyme and Mental Illness.

Eileen has been an active and highly involved partner of Mark’s in promoting sports concussion awareness and is a co-sponsor of the Mark and Eileen Lovell endowed professorship of Health and Human Performance at Northern Michigan University. Eileen looks forward to sharing her energy with Invisible International.

As an advisory board member of Invisible International, Eileen is hopeful that this effort can lead to real and tangible improvement on the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme Disease. Eileen is both passionate and optimistic that real advancements can be made in the recognition, diagnosis and treatment of invisible diseases in the near future.

To rejuvenate her soul, Eileen pursues her interest in gardening, yoga and reading.