PSR Welcomes New Board Members April 29, 2019

Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) is delighted to announce the addition of six new board members: Joy L. Blackwood; Dr. Natasha DeJarnett; Dr. Gwen DuBois; Dr. Michael Martin; Surili Patel; and Dr. Linda Rudolph.

Read our official press release here.

Our new board members bring a variety of backgrounds and expertise to the organization, including medical and public health professional experience, policy advocacy, organizational leadership, and much, much more.

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

“PSR is excited that our newest board members bring critical knowledge, experience and perspectives that will enrich our organization and help us advance our mission to achieve healthier, safer, more just and peaceful world,” said Jeff Carter, Executive Director of PSR. “We are delighted to welcome them and look forward to working with them to advance PSR’s vital mission and goals.”

“Our new board members are joining PSR at an exciting time,” added Pouné Saberi, PSR’s President. “I’m excited about the talent, vision, and leadership they will bring to our organization.”

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