Melvin is the Chairman of the Board of Directors, a member of the Executive Committee, and a member of the Audit Committee. As an attorney, Melvin shares his legal perspective with the Board and senior management on a variety of matters relating to the successful operation of AICR. Melvin has been committed to helping the American Institute for Cancer Research share its knowledge on cancer prevention across the country.
Lawrence is the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, a member of the Executive Committee, and Chairman of the Audit Committee. He shares his vast experience and knowledge about association management with AICR. Lawrence is deeply committed to growing the critical work of the American Institute for Cancer Research in the area of cancer prevention.
Susan is the Secretary/Treasurer of the Board of Directors. Susan was a former Director of Communications at the Greater Washington Board of Trade and has held several senior level management positions in the commercial real estate business. She shares her expert knowledge of operational success and community outreach with the American Institute for Cancer Research. Susan has been committed to expanding the reach of our vital programs in the area of cancer prevention and survivorship.
Jeffrey is a Board Member and a member of the Audit Committee. A retired attorney, Jeffrey is the founder of The Mindful Law Coaching & Consulting Group, LLC. Jeffrey is committed to a healthy lifestyle and continues to support and encourage our pioneering work in the research and communication of cancer prevention.
Thomas F. Bangasser
Thomas is the President of Bangasser & Associates, Inc., a business consulting/catalyst firm focused on business, social enterprise and real estate investing. He has over fifty years of experience in organizational consulting and is an active investor in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. He holds an MBA in finance from Seattle University. His expertise in the financial and investing arenas complements the AICR Board of Directors in its efforts to fund research and educate the public about cancer prevention, survivorship and the development of a global health culture.