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Kathleen_Enright

Kathleen Enright

Kathleen Enright was Joe’s high school sweetheart. Together they had two children and Kathy brought her expertise as a nurse to help Joe’s practice get established. “The Enright Melanoma Foundation is a fitting tribute to Joe who would be so pleased that we honor his memory by helping to prevent melanoma and by encouraging young people to get educated in sun safety.”
Janet_Horowit

Janet Horowitz

Janet joined the Enright Melanoma Foundation in March, 2013. Her background includes more than 25 years of experience in fundraising, resource development, volunteer management, nonprofit board management, marketing, and public relations, at the CIT Group, Family Service of Morris County, New Jersey After 3, Anti-Defamation League of NJ, NCJW Essex County Section, and private consulting. Janet also helped form The Parent Resource Network, a grassroots organization in Rockaway Township, NJ. Janet earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Ithaca College and received her Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Organization Management from Seton Hall University.
Richard O. Nelson

Richard O. Nelson

Dr. Nelson graduated from Muhlenberg College in 1981 and New York Medical College in 1985. He served as a post-doctoral residency fellow for Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons while completing his residency training in internal medicine at Overlook Hospital in Summit, NJ. He then served in the US Navy Reserve and was in the Persian Gulf aboard the USNS Comfort during Desert Shield/Desert Storm. Dr. Nelson is the medical director of SAGE Spend-A-Day adult care center and a member of the Primary Care Council at Overlook Hospital. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Summit Medical Group and was recognized as one of NJ Monthly magazine’s “Top Doctors” in 2010. He has practiced in the Summit area since 1991 and his office is in Warren, NJ. He was a close friend and partner of Dr. Enright and has been a member of the Board of the Enright Foundation since its formation in 1999. Dr. Nelson has served as president of the Foundation since 2002. “If we can help even just one person avoid the devastation that came to Joe and his family, we will have been able to make something very good out of something very bad.”

Volunteers 2014-2015

  • Elisa Noël
  • Alessandra Rossetti
  • Mark Hopkins
  • Nándor Hegyesi
  • Tristan Thomsen
  • David Guzman
  • Raphael Gruber
  • Zoé Girard
  • Ellen Verstraete
  • Aaron Durey
  • Lucas De Wilde
  • 女 司马
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