Henry M. Disano - Vice President
Henry Disano is a Managing Director in State Street’s Securities Finance division. His team is responsible for strategic planning, business development, client performance reviews and overall client satisfaction and retention of some of the largest institutional investors. These clients include mutual funds, pension funds, central banks, endowments, and foundations. He is also a member of the division’s Asset/Liability Working Group in which representatives from Risk Management, Trading, Portfolio Management, and Relationship Management determine how to best position the aggregate lending portfolio in changing market conditions.
Mr. Disano joined State Street in 1990 and has held several different positions in Institutional Investor Services, Investment Manager Services, and Marketing.
Mr. Disano holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Bentley College and a graduate certificate in administration and management with a concentration in finance from the Harvard Extension School.
Over the years, Mr. Disano has helped with many charitable organizations. More recently, he has enjoyed volunteering his time with his son through the Appalachian Service Project.
Mary L. Moran, M.D. - Secretary
Dr. Mary Lynn Moran is a board-certified Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, as well as a board-certified Otolaryngologist-Head and Neck Surgeon. She earned her undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of Michigan in the accelerated BS/MD degree program. She spent five years of surgical training at the Tufts and Boston University combined program. She then completed a one-year fellowship for additional expertise in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Moran comes from a family of seven physicians so medicine runs in her bloodline.
Medical missionary work also runs in her family. Her mother was the medical director at a refugee camp in Thailand and worked in camps in Cambodia with the UNHCR and American Red Cross. Her uncle has worked with several missionary organizations as an ophthalmologist in Haiti and Africa. Dr. Moran has traveled several times to Vietnam with Face to Face which is a group of Facial Plastic Surgeons who serve in third world countries as well as treat victims of domestic violence here in the U.S. She was Chairman of the Face to Face Committee within the Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and now serves as Senior Advisor for the last several years. She also was the Medical Advisor to Pazapa which is an organization serving special needs children in Haiti. Dr. Moran looks forward to a long productive relationship with HCVI.
Executive Committee Background
Board of Directors is the organization’s main governing body. The Board is comprised of an Executive Committee consisting of a President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Along with general board members, each brings skills and expertise that help further the vision and goals of HCVI’s mission. The Board meets in person twice a year and conducts monthly meetings through virtual communications. Board terms are 2 years. No Board member receives any financial compensation for their role as a Board member.
Managing Director/President: Francis P. Duggan, M.D.
Vice President: Henry M. Disano
Treasurer: John M. Griffin
Secretary: Mary L. Moran, M.D
Francis P. Duggan, M.D - Founder/President
Dr. Duggan is the Founder and Managing Director of Health Care Volunteers International (hcvi.org). He is actively involved in all HCVI projects. Before opening HCVI, he had already spent approximately 1/3 of the prior 15 years doing international volunteer medicine and had been on an estimated 50+ volunteer medical and surgical missions with other organizations in numerous locations around the globe. He is board-certified in the USA in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine but has become somewhat of a "jack of all trades" out of necessity, working in remote and under-served areas worldwide. Currently, the majority of his volunteer work is surgical and procedural. He is particularly interested in how technology can be leveraged to drive better health outcomes.
HCVI began operations in January of 2014. Dr. Duggan has been responsible for overseeing the startup of HCVI, including project development in Africa (Kenya, Guinea Equatorial), Latin America (Nicaragua, Honduras), and Southeast Asia (Cambodia) Meanwhile, he maintains an active practice in Emergency Medicine in the United States. He has funded all operations since inception but looks forward to the opportunity for HCVI to begin large-scale fundraising to support its numerous meaningful projects.
In January of 2015, while on a volunteer trip to Nicaragua, Dr. Duggan was involved in a near-fatal car accident. He sustained a multitude of fractures in 22 broken bones and was hospitalized for most of the first half of 2015 and could not ambulate without assistance for over 1 year. He underwent a total of 12 major surgeries related to the accident including bilateral knee surgery, bilateral hip replacement, and numerous pelvic reconstructive surgeries. Looking for a silver lining, he states he now has an excuse for his dancing skills.
This was a major setback for the organization; however, Dr. Duggan has managed to not only sustain existing projects but to initiate others during this difficult period. For a large part of the year, this was done from his "office/hospital bed". He cites this, in addition to his significant financial contribution, as a reflection of HCVI's commitment to its stated mission.
As we enter 2016, Dr. Duggan is looking forward to returning to his more active on-site role in project management and patient care. He still has extensive rehab/PT in front of him and a few more surgeries but is heading to Cambodia in February 2016 to resume this more active role. Nevertheless, he would advise against taking his odds in a foot race for the foreseeable future.
John M. Griffin - Treasurer
John M. Griffin joined Hologic in February 2015 as General Counsel with nearly 30 years of experience across a broad spectrum of legal matters. Mr. Griffin worked at Covidien from 2000 to 2015 where he most recently served as Vice President, Deputy General Counsel. Previously, from 1994 to 2000, Mr. Griffin served as Assistant United States Attorney in Boston, Massachusetts, and prosecuted complex criminal cases. He began his career at Nutter, McClennen & Fish in Boston. Mr. Griffin additionally serves on the board of directors for Por Cristo in Boston. He has a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Columbia University.
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