Executive Director and Founder, PINK Concussions
Katherine Price Snedaker, LCSW, is the executive director and founder of PINK Concussions, an international non-profit focused on female injury from sport, domestic violence/assault, accidents and military service.
PINK Concussion‘s mission is to improve the care and recovery of women and girls by educating patients and medical professionals on sex differences in brain injury.
PINK Concussion’s mission is to educate the general public as well as civilian and military medical professionals on the sex/gender differences in brain injury in order to improve the pre-injury education and post-injury care and support for women and girls.
Originally PINK Concussions was a website Katherine built in 2015 to publicize little-known, existing research on female brain injury. But now, PINK Concussions has grown to an international organization with medical summits and group members across the world.
Since 2016, PINK Concussions has organized five international medical summits on female brain injury to train over 1,000 civilian and military medical professionals. PINK Concussions also conducts research studies and facilitates ongoing support groups for women, young women, veterans and caregivers/parents as well as medical professionals.
In 2017, Katherine launched five Facebook support groups to provide community, research and education for women, teen girls, caregivers, female veterans and medical professionals. These incredibly successful groups of 3,200+ members are active 24 hours a day, seven days week.
Katherine has presented to patient and medical groups from the U.S. Army at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (Germany) to the International Brain Injury Association's World Brain Injury Congress at the Hague.
PINK Concussions and Katherine have been featured in such publications as Scientific American, Marie Claire, US News and World Report, The Washington Post, HEALTH magazine, STAT, Outdoor Magazine, The Associated Press, FiveThirtyEight, and Neurology Advisor. Katherine has appeared on “Good Morning America,” NBC-CT, ESPN's “Outside the Lines” and Al Jazeera.