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Meet MSAA Board Member William Saunders

William Saunders Photo Bill Saunders (middle) receives an award from MSAA Board Chair Eric Simons (left) and MSAA former Board Chair and current National Chairman of MSAA's President's Circle Ross Maclean.

William "Bill" Saunders is not new to MSAA, but he is the most recent member on our Board of Directors, starting his term this past June. He has served for two years as a member of MSAA's Corporate Advisory Council (CAC).

"When I first came aboard as a member of the CAC," Bill explains, "I sat with some of the Helpline staff and was able to learn about programs such as Cooling and the MRI Institute. I was truly amazed by the staff and the fact that everything MSAA offers is free. I also attended the Northeast Region's public education event in New York City," continues Bill. "I sat with a couple who were there for their daughter, who has MS and could not make the program. They told me it was the best seminar they have ever attended. "

"I want to help MSAA reach out to new foundations and new corporations to let them know about all of the good work that MSAA provides, " says Bill. "A great deal of promise is on the horizon. We have many avenues to explore and hopefully I can help. "

An avid outdoorsman, Bill has a passion for fly-fishing and backpacking, one he shares with his wife Sally and two sons. Bill resides in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania where he works in the financial sector. In addition to his continued work on the CAC, Bill is a very active Board member who also serves on the Audit Committee.

— Amanda Bednar


Last Updated on Monday, 25 March 2013 11:28