Brenda Loube has served as an ABCF board member since 2004, and began leading the board in May 2008. An experienced health educator, business, community, and board leader, Brenda oversees ABCF's volunteer board of directors and all board committees. Her personal goal is to bring together a diversely-talented and committed team to advance the organization's capacity to provide access to early detection, the key to surviving breast cancer, to as many people as possible.
Brenda is the principal and founder of Corporate Fitness Works, a national provider of customized fitness and wellness services for corporations, government agencies, and residential communities. Her career in health and fitness spans more than three decades, and includes the establishment of cardiac rehabilitation programs at Georgetown University Hospital.
In 2003, she received the Health Educator of the Year Award, in the worksite category, from the American Association for Health Education. Brenda was appointed to the Maryland Council on Physical Fitness in 2004, and serves as the council chair. Additionally, she serves on the boards of the International Association for Worksite Health Promotion, the International Council on Active Aging, and the National Association for Health and Fitness. Brenda is also an active member of the Women Presidents' Organization, the American Council of Sports Medicine, and the Wellness Councils of America.