The Alexander Hamilton for the Study of Western Civilization (AHI) congratulates board member Howard Morgan on being elected Chairman of the board of directors of the Parkinson’s Foundation (PF). Morgan previously served as the Vice Chair of the nonprofit organization’s board.
Upon accepting his new position with Parkinson’s Foundation, Mr. Morgan stated “I am honored to further my commitment to the Parkinson’s community and the Foundation by building on the success of my predecessor John Kozyak during his tenure as chairman of the Parkinson’s Foundation,” Morgan said. “The Foundation’s mission is personal for me, as my father lived with the disease for many years. I look forward to working with Andrew Albert as Vice Chair and the board to ensure a better life for everyone with Parkinson’s through investments in innovative research, improved clinical care, and expanded educational resources.”
“We would like to congratulate Howard on his new leadership role at the Parkinson’s Foundation,” said AHI President Richard Erlanger. “His leadership will allow the Parkinson’s Foundation to continue to make life better for people with the disease by improving care and advancing research toward a cure.”
Mr. Morgan is Partner and Senior Managing Director of Argand Partners in New York, NY. He previously served as president of the private equity firm Castle Harlan for twenty years. Mr. Morgan earned his B.A. in 1984 from Hamilton College, where he was a member of the Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity, and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.