Global Conference 2016
Lauren Miller Rogen
Lauren Miller Rogen is an actor and a co-founder of Hilarity for Charity. Miller is also a filmmaker and Alzheimer's advocate. In 2012, she co-wrote, produced and starred in the film "For a Good Time, Call...," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was later distributed by Focus Features. Miller founded Hilarity for Charity in 2012 with her husband, Seth Rogen, and friends as a way to increase awareness among young people of Alzheimer's disease. They have since raised more than $5 million and have become leaders in the fight against the disease. Miller also serves on the board of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine as the Alzheimer's advocate. She earned a degree in film from the Film School at Florida State University.