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Board of Governors

 

 

The Packard Center is supported by a Board of Governors, a group of respected volunteers and philanthropists who are committed to the Packard Center’s fight against ALS. In addition to addressing the Center’s ongoing need to raise funds for ALS research, board members advise on strategies that will further advance the organization’s mission.

Chairs:

Shelby Saer

Co-Chair, Board of Governors
Greenwich, CT

Ralph Terkowitz
Co-Chair, Board of Governors
ABS Capital Partners

Baltimore, MD
 

Board Members:

Amy Bernert
Norfolk, Virginia
Jim Condron
Chairman & CEO
The Karen Condron Spirit Foundation. Inc.
Norwalk, CT
Jim Covert
President & CEO
Institute for Transfusion Medicine (ITxM)
Pittsburgh, PA
Karen T. Coxe
New England Land Company
Greenwich, CT
Judson M. Dayton
Minneapolis, MN
Michael C. Genau
Senior Vice President - Germany
Medtronic, Inc.
Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Thornley A. Hart
Retired
Morgan Stanley SmithBarney
Baltimore, MD
Milan Karol

Senior Development Officer
The Carnegie Institution for Science
Washington, DC

Brian Loew
CEO
Inspire
Princeton, NJ
Richard E. McCready
Palm Beach, FL
Jennifer A. Moyer

Chief Operating Officer & CFO
Upside Travel
Washington, DC

Thomas O'Neill
Lincoln Financial Distributors
Radnor, PA
Lauren Packard
New York, NY
Margaret Roggensack, Esq.
Washington, DC
Warren J. Schiffer
Long Beach, NY
Diane K. Winokur
San Francisco, CA
 

Ex-Officio:

John Feinstein
Chair, Bruce Edwards Foundation for ALS Research
Potomac, MD
Justin McArthur, MBBS, MPH
Professor & Director, Department of Neurology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Baltimore, MD
 

Our Experts

Johns Hopkins University
Neurologist Charlotte Sumner has a long history of studying neuromuscular disorders. In particular, she has focused her attention on caring for patients with inherited motor neuron and peripheral nerve disorders such as spinal muscular atrophy and Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. Her work on the molecular pathogenesis of spinal muscular atrophy and the development of therapeutics may provide important clues for those with ALS.
Udai Pandey, PhD

Our Experts

Udai Pandey, PhD
Dr. Pandey's goal is to understand how the FUS/TLS gene promotes ALS in fruit flies, which may shed clearer light on both familial and sporadic ALS in patients.
Meet Our Experts