The Center for Vision Loss Endowment Foundation has re-elected its board officers for 2021 and elected two board members to new three-year terms.
Martin Lang, CPA, a Partner of Lang Faylor Chomo and Company, has been re-elected Board President. Todd Donnelly, Director of Business Development for The WorkShop Content Studios, has been re-elected Vice President. John Sharkey, a retired Senior Partner of Concannon Miller & Company, has been re-elected Treasurer. Thomas Reilly, Esq., a Partner of Gross McGinley Attorneys at Law, has been re-elected Secretary. Lang and Edward Vogrins, retired owner of E.J. Vogrins Asset Management, were elected to new three-year terms on the board. All terms begin on Jan. 1.
Lang has been the endowment foundation’s President since 2014. In this role, he also is a member of the Center for Vision Loss’ Board of Directors.
The Center for Vision Loss Endowment Foundation is an independent nonprofit corporation that is affiliated with the Center for Vision Loss and governed by a separate Board of Directors. The endowment foundation was established in 1980 to provide funding opportunities based on best investment practices that ensure the agency’s sustainability.