Seven Leaders Join MD Anderson Cancer Center Board of Visitors


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The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Board of Visitors welcomed seven new members at its annual meeting in early November: Randy A. Foutch, Winell Herron, Cyvia Wolff, Isabella Arjona-Zappala, R. Stan Marek, Jr, Walker N. Moody, and Jerry Simon. The Board of Visitors is a nonfiduciary, appointed advisory board of volunteers charged with advancing the institution’s mission to end cancer, said Jim Mulva, Chair. Over the past 60 years, the Board of Visitors has played a significant role in advancing MD Anderson as a premier cancer center.

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“We are delighted to welcome these exemplary new members who have chosen to devote their time, talents, and financial resources to help make a significant difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families around the world,” said the Hon. Donald L. Evans, Vice Chair and Membership and Board Development Committee Chair.

“The addition of these outstanding business and community leaders, with experience spanning a wide range of industries and nonprofit organizations, underscores our diverse board’s national and international presence,” commented Mr. Mulva. “We look forward to working together as ambassadors for MD Anderson’s world-class clinical, education, prevention, and research initiatives.”


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