We are pleased to announce that former 7NBC Anchor/Health Reporter Janet Wu will emcee our Golf & Tennis Fundraiser on September 18 at the Oyster Harbors Club. Please join us for a day of sport and fun as we support vital brain tumor research.
“While great advances have been made in brain tumor research revealing their complexities and causes, there is considerably more work to be done to provide therapies. I am honored to support the work of the Brain Science Foundation to fund vital research that will help the hundreds of thousands of people living with brain tumors.”
– Janet Wu
About Janet Wu
Janet is a multi-media journalist known for her many years as an anchor/reporter for Boston’s NBC station. She currently contributes health reports for two networks and is an Adjunct Professor at Emerson College.
A frequent Op-Ed contributor to The Boston Globe, her work has also been published in The New York Times, The Boston Herald, and will be included in the 2018 “Norton Sampler of Essays,” one of the most widely read college textbooks.
She graduated from Yale with a dual major in Philosophy and Psychology and earned a master’s degree in Journalism and International Affairs at Columbia University.
She is on the Boston Board of the American Heart Association, in honor of her late father, a noted heart surgeon. She also sits on the Boards of Overseers for the New England Conservatory of Music and Franciscan Children’s Hospital. She is a founding member of SheGives, a philanthropic organization of women and the Boards of Advisors for Homestart and the Max Warburg Courage Curriculum.
She was named the 2015 New England Girls Scouts “Leading Woman of the Year” and delivered a TEDX Talk Cambridge on the power of gratitude.
She plays the piano and cello and has traveled to 70 countries.