There's never been a better time to be connected to the mission of National Sleep Foundation (NSF) and our journal, Sleep Health. Last summer when I became chair of the NSF board, I followed in the footsteps of several distinguished sleep health advocates who have spanned the research, clinical and population health communities. Surrounded by a highly engaged leadership team, board, staff, and numerous volunteer NSF “friends and family,” I am honored to help lead the first independent organization of our type – 32 years and counting – that is solely dedicated to improving health and well-being through sleep education and advocacy. We're steadfast in our promise to the public to help anyone and everyone be their Best Slept Self®.
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