PSR Welcomes National Staff and Board Members April 23, 2021

Top row: New staff members Mari Faines and LaTisha Henderson. Bottom row: New board members Tova Fuller, MD, PhD; Adrienne L. Hollis, PhD, JD; and Laalitha Surapaneni, MBBS, MPH.

Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) is excited to welcome two new national staff members to our national staff: Mari Faines as Director of Communications and Outreach; and LaTisha Henderson as Direct Mail and Membership Manager.

Read our official press release here.

Our new staff members each bring unique backgrounds to the organization. Faines joins us with expertise including international corporate management, non-profit organizational development, policy, and communications. While Henderson adds over a decade of non-profit and operational management experience.

You can learn more about PSR’s new national staff members via their bios here.

“PSR is thrilled that our newest national staff members bring myriad of experiences and perspectives to the organization,” said Jeff Carter, Executive Director of PSR. “As PSR evolves its strategy to the continued and emerging global issues and new generation of health professionals, adding Faines and Henderson to the team will help us accelerate our mission to achieve a healthier, safer, and more peaceful world.”

PSR also welcomes new board members Tova Fuller, MD, PhD; Adrienne L. Hollis, PhD, JD; and Laalitha Surapaneni, MBBS, MPH; as well as new health student representatives Ashton Lewandowski, Cassandra Papaleo, Shruti Sinkar, and Mary Sun. Read more in our press release.

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