I am a partner in the national law firm of Cozen O’Connor. I have been a board member of the Sto Rox Neighborhood Health Clinic for approximately ten years and currently serve as the President of the Board. I previously served as a volunteer at the legal clinic sponsored by Focus on Renewal. These two opportunities have given me a deep appreciation of McKees Rocks, as well as the roles that both organizations serve for the community. I am continually impressed by the professionalism and dedication of the staff at the Health Clinic.
While I cannot claim it was a direct result of the Health Clinic, I am proud of the fact that all of my family members either currently work in the health care field, or have previously done so. My wife has an M.S.W. Degree and works for an Employee Assistance Plan. My eldest son use to represent the organization that oversaw health care services for all of the indigenous tribes in Alaska. My other son works as a Physician’s Assistant in the emergency room of a hospital, while my daughter as a Senior Policy Analyst at the University of Pittsburgh’s Health Policy Institute. I guess being on the Board is my contribution to health care!