Paula and Carl Share Highlights From 2020 Summit

You missed the Live Webinar but you can watch the recording below

Please note: This live webinar was recorded March 27 at 6:00 pm US Eastern Time (New York). The offers and weekend extended viewing mentioned towards the end of the below webinar were applicable only to the live March event.

Webinar Agenda

  • Review and summary of findings from this year
  • Surprise statements or explanations from doctors
  • Practical tips and takeaways that you can start applying today
  • COVID-19 implications for those living with migraine
  • Behind the scenes look at additional resources and tools available
  • A surprise announcement
  • Open Q&A live with the audience


The final day of this year’s Migraine World Summit will be an interactive webinar with plenty of opportunities for you to speak with us and interact.

We believe that coming together as a community in this way is a great opportunity for us to connect in these times of isolation. We hope you’ll find this webinar provides some answers and inspiration to help you towards a life with less pain.

The webinar will also include highlights from the experts, practical tips, and takeaways with some of the most important insights from this year’s Summit. In addition, we have a special announcement that will be made during the live webinar!

We’re excited to connect with you. Don’t miss this jam-packed webinar!


Carl Cincinnato / Paula K. Dumas

Co-Hosts, Producers
Migraine World Summit

Carl Cincinnato stopped taking his health for granted at an early age due to migraine. He has had migraine for 30 years. Over this time, health has become central throughout his life and work. This includes working with some of the biggest health companies in the world.

Today, he works with several charities, foundations, and organizations, including Headache Australia, the Brain Foundation, the Coalition of Headache and Migraine Patients, the Global Patient Advocacy Coalition, and the World Headache and Migraine Alliance. He is a member of the International Headache Society, he acts on several advisory councils and he also is the editor at and co-host for the Migraine World Summit.

Carl is a public and passionate patient advocate for migraine. He has spoken nationally and internationally about migraine and the need to increase research funding, reduce stigma, increase patient support and education.

Paula K. Dumas is a lifelong migraine warrior, Founder, and former Managing Editor of

After juggling a demanding career with CNN, Apple, and Disney, she shifted gears to devote herself to family, faith, and health advocacy. Although she’s lost a decade’s worth of days to migraine, she’s been able to reduce her frequency from 25 days a month to less than a day a month.

Now, she’s helping others to do the same.

To advocate for people with migraine, Paula has served on the Board of the American Migraine Foundation (AMF), the steering committee of the Coalition of Headache and Migraine Patients (CHAMP), the International Headache Society Global Patient Advocacy Committee, and was nominated for a WEGO Health Advocate award. She and her husband, Karl, lobby legislators on Capitol Hill as part of the US Headache on the Hill organized by the Association of Headache Disorders Advocacy (AHDA).

To raise awareness about migraine, she’s spoken at the International Headache Academy, the first Migraine World Summit, and Research America’s Annual National Health Forum. She presented her research at the American Academy of Neurology conference, one of two academic research studies she co-authored (CaMEO and My Migraine Voice). Together, these research studies measure the impact that migraine has on people’s lives, relationships, work, and finances in over 31 countries.

She’s authored over 300 articles on migraine health and wellness to educate people with migraine and produced over 200 videos, interviews, and podcasts. With Carl and her husband Karl, Paula co-founded the World Health Education Foundation, producing the largest live event for people with migraine, Migraine World Summit Onstage in LA in March 2019 and New York in March 2020.

To create healthier workplaces for people with migraine, Paula serves as chair of the campaign, focused on helping employers and employees tackle the widespread challenge of working through painful attacks. Each year, Paula co-leads an amazing global team of people with migraine who produce the Migraine World Summit, demonstrating the resilience and commitment of these courageous warriors.

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