Nancy Brown, CEO of the American Heart Association (founded in 1924) first shares the history and foundation of AHA in science, research, public advocacy for better health policies, and community health. Nancy then explains the importance of prevention in cardiovascular disease and special challenges during the pandemic including disparities in access to healthcare. Ms. Brown also gives advice on what actions CEOs should take to address health equity and well-being concerns. Nancy talks about their long history of specific efforts in DE&I and impacts on talent and recruitment, the creation of unique corporate partnerships to foster great progress, and managing millions of volunteers and 3,000 employees during this war on talent. Finally, Nancy shares how family and competitive swimming influenced her servant leadership style, gives advice to women on becoming CEOs and succeeding, and explains how digital transformation has affected the way they run their organization.