Headway In The News

Check out the latest Headway Foundation media features below.


Pucci Featured in Video and Article on Female Concussion Incidence Rates

Headway Co-Founder Josephine Pucci was interviewed about her experience with concussion, decision to retire, and the injury's shocking prevalence in women's sports. Check it out below!


Renberg featured on ABC7 Sports

Headway was recently featured on DC are local news!  

Check out this feature on Headway's Sarah Renberg and learn how her personal experience drives her passionate work for the foundation.

Watch it here

Decker and Otto Featured in Yale Alumni Magazine

Headway Co-Founders Paige Decker and Danny Otto were featured in Yale University's Alumni Magazine. The article, "Taking a Hit And Learning A Lesson," explains Headway's peer-to-peer approach when dealing with athletes and highlights last February's ECAC Hockey Concussion Awareness Weekend.

Read the article here!

Renberg Talks Recovery and Headway on Heads n' Tales Podcast

Headway's Program Development Coordinator. Sarah Renberg, was recently featured on the Heads n' Tales Podcast discussing her recovery, Headway's initiatives, and last year's ECAC Concussion Awareness Weekend.

The Heads n' Tales Podcast was started by Kevin Saum to share inspiring stories of perseverance and the latest innovations in sports health. Kevin is particularly passionate about concussion education because he is a Second Impact Syndrome survivor. 

Take a listen and hear about all about Sarah's take on her recovery and what Headway has been up to!

Headway Featured in Sports Illustrated

Headway Co-Founder Paige Decker was recently featured in Sports Illustrated in a long-form story chronicling her journey to recovery. In the article, "After Her Concussion Nightmare, Paige Decker is Dedicated to Keeping Athletes' Brains Healthy," written by Devon Heinen, Decker provides detailed insight into her experience with a concussion as well as her struggle to find effective medical care.

Pucci featured on NPR

Headway Co-founder Josephine Pucci was recently interviewed for NPR's "Only a Game" radio series.

She discusses her long journey to recovery, her decision to retire from hockey after winning an Olympic Silver medal, and her work with Headway Foundation. Get the inside scoop here!