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Burke Neurological Institute Advancement Council

Advancement Council Members

Elizabeth McCormack's Photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Advancement Council Co-Chair
Philanthropic Advisor
John Tognino's Photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Advancement Council Co-Chair
Chairman & CEO
Gabriel Aiello's Photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Founder
Photo of Ilhan
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Global Rainmaker
Mike Cosgrove's Photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Chair of the Audit Committee, Board Member
Chairman of the Investment Committee, Board Member
Council Member
Ferda's photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Deputy Head
Ralph Gomory's Photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Advisory Council Member
Board Member
Opinion Contributor
Board Member
Pat Nazemetz's Photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Principal
Karen Parrish's Photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Board of Trustees
Board Member
Adjunct Professor
Kate's photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Program Manager
Chris Scianni's Photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Real Estate Sales Agent
Co-Founder
Falguni Sen's Photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Professor of Strategy
Founder and Director
Director
Edward Skloot's Photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Board Member
Lilian Wu's Photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Emeritus Researcher
Trustee
KECK Graduate Institute
Board Member
Board Member
Member
Seiichi's photo
ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL MEMBER
Executive Officer

Building a Strong Philanthropic Foundation

The Burke Neurological Institute Advancement Council (BNIAC) was established to advance the mission of the Burke Neurological Institute. The primary role of the Council is to increase philanthropic resources by amplifying awareness and recruiting new council members to build a strong philanthropic foundation. Members of the BNIAC are visionary, successful leaders in both their community and the business world. We are honored that our council members are helping us to advance the Institute’s visibility, enabling patients and families to have a better chance of knowing where to go when they have exhausted all that medicine currently offers.  

The council meets quarterly and members have a unique opportunity to learn about the latest research and clinical trials in Parkinson’s disease, stroke, cerebral palsy, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and spinal cord injury to name just a few. Council members see first-hand how biology and technology are paired together to re-boot the brain and retrain the body. By repairing the nervous system, we reduce impairments that severely impact the quality of life for patients and families.