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Posted on March 09, 2020

An Interview with Amy Johnson, Chief Development Officer, The Cooper Institute In 2018, the Vision Impact Institute and The Cooper Institute began a collaboration to raise awareness about the importance of good vision and physical fitness to improve health for the “whole-child” and impact their success in the classroom and beyond. Funded by The Rosewood […]

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Posted on March 03, 2020

This month, we celebrate International Women’s Day. In 2020, the campaign theme draws from a notion of “Collective Individualism.” As part of a much greater whole, “our individual actions, conversations, behaviors and mindsets can have an impact on our larger society.” Yet collectively, we can make change happen. In fact, only through this greater collective […]

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Posted on February 11, 2020

By now, we are all familiar with the recently published WHO Report on Vision that assessed the state of poor vision around the world. The report confirmed that more than two billion people have a vision impairment, many of which are preventable or remain unaddressed. Improving the current state of vision, like any other significant […]

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Posted on January 14, 2020

As I sat down to write this month’s blog, I found my inability to focus a bit overwhelming. At the start of every new year, we make plans to accomplish big goals on a personal and professional level, and much of what we read centers around making large changes all at once. For me, a […]

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Posted on January 09, 2020

Earlier this month, INVISION Magazine revealed its list of eight eyecare trends for 2020 and beyond from industry experts, including VII’s global executive director, Kristan Gross. Predictions ranged from important vision industry topics from vertical integration and changing consumer behaviors to myopia and women’s vision. As Kristan explains, new reports on the state of vision […]

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