Lindsay Davis, is a former Miss Ohio and ballerina, and is a heart health advocate. She was diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy at age 17 and underwent implantation of an ICD. Lindsay helped in the passage of “Lindsay’s Law” in the Ohio state legislature – a law that requires all coaches and teachers to undergo education on the symptoms of sudden cardiac arrest as well as a CPR training mandate in Ohio and several other states and is now working on Federal policy surrounding this. She writes on these causes for USA Today HSS and is an associate editor of Open Heart BMJ, the online cardiology edition of the British Medical Journal. She has been honored for this work with a Point of Light Award by President George H.W. Bush.