Before experiencing a significant Traumatic Brain Injury in 1990 at the age of 38, Kathy Moeller, had been working in New York as a marketing executive for companies that were at the forefront of creating new technology. The University of California at Berkeley and the University of Chicago are her alma maters.
She was one of the fortunate few whose million-dollar insurance policy funded several hundred thousand dollars’ worth of state-of-the-art in-patient and out-patient cognitive rehabilitation. She also received many months of outpatient and vocational rehabilitation, eventually re-learning how to read, drive and work. In 1993, she created her first EVERYTHING-IN-ONE-PLACE assistive technology solution by developing the original BRAIN BOOK® System.
Watch this brief video to learn how Kathy’s life’s work has transformed the best paper-based EVERYTHING-IN-ONE-PLACE solution to become the most comprehensive, specialized assistive technology for cognition available today — My Bionic Brain®.
Click here to see Kathy’s Resume (Curriculum Vitae)