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Alina Maria Brady passed away suddenly of an unknown heart condition on February 8th 2011 just a few weeks before her 13th birthday.  Alina was an amazing competitive cheerleader and an honor student with ivy league goals and a caring heart. She was a buddy to special athletes,  a loving daughter,  a fun sister and a good friend.  Her favorite was anything rasta and loved Bob Marley music.

I am honoring Alina’s memory by raising much needed awareness and educate students & athletes about sudden cardiac arrest. Sadly, we have all heard stories of teens in great athletic condition suddenly dying during sport activities.  SCD claims lives of 30 young adults every week in the United States, the tragedy of these families and our communities is amplified when we realize how needless and preventable they are and many of them may have been prevented through a simple, inexpensive heart screening. I think this will be a learning, healing and rewarding experience for all to know more about sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in youth, automated external defibrillators (AED’s) and screenings for early detection. My goal is to work closely with qualified medical volunteers and bring them to our local high schools and provide free ECGs to identify high school athletes at risk for SCA.

Chelsea Castillo