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Board of Directors at The Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut

The Board of Directors is the Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut’s policy making body responsible for the overall operations of the organization, including policy administration, public and community relations, finance, personnel and program planning, fundraising and evaluation. Individuals are needed with expertise in a variety of areas, including legal affairs, strategic planning, social services and public and community relations. Potential members should also be able to exercise influence in the business and financial community, the media and/or the government. Board meetings are held four times a year.


Board Members Not Pictured
  • Scott Demsey
  • Yulia Chillington
  • Michelle Mechanic

Ian Race

President

Susan Sheppard

Treasurer

Dr. Robert Bonwetsch

Professional Advisory Board Chair

Gregory Sparzo

Vice President

Darren Sinofsky

Secretary

Gary Siegel

 

Alex Robertson

 

Lisa Cretella

 

Davina King

 

LeTanya Lawrence

 

Denise Brower

 


The Board of Directors is the Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut’s policy making body responsible for the overall operations of the organization, including policy administration, public and community relations, finance, personnel and program planning, fundraising and evaluation. Individuals are needed with expertise in a variety of areas, including legal affairs, strategic planning, social services and public and community relations. Potential members should also be able to exercise influence in the business and financial community, the media and/or the government. Board meetings are held four times a year.

The foundation is now accepting applications for new board members. If you are interested in serving on the board, please complete the application below.

Submit To:

Epilepsy Foundation of CT
386 Main St.
Middletown, CT 06457

or email info@epilepsyct.com

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