MIAMI & NEW YORK – March 19, 2018 – The Parkinson’s Foundation today announced the election of John D. Thomopoulos to its board of directors. Thomopoulos is a partner at Ernst & Young.
“The combination of John’s financial services acumen, philanthropic involvement and personal experience with Parkinson’s will serve the Parkinson’s Foundation well in forwarding our mission to make life better for people with the disease,” said John W. Kozyak, Esq., chairman of the board of the Parkinson’s Foundation. “We proudly welcome John to our Board.”
At Ernst & Young, Thomopoulos counsels global clients with U.S. tax exposure. He specializes in tax and estate planning with a focus on financial services including banking, asset management and private wealth management. Since 1991, Thomopoulos has served as an adjunct clinical professor at the New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business, where he earned a master’s degree in business administration in taxation and a bachelor of business administration in accounting and international business. He also studied international studies and Japanese business practices at Sanno University in Tokyo.
“It is with keen determination that I join the Parkinson’s Foundation board and the organization’s fight against the disease,” Thomopoulos said. “Experiencing how Parkinson’s affected my father and our family drives my passion to help improve the quality of life and care for those with Parkinson’s.”
A complete list of the Parkinson’s Foundation’s Board of Directors is available at www.parkinson.org/board.