Jules Kuperberg is Co-Executive Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. A graduate of Northern Michigan University and a seasoned business executive, he has served in various capacities since joining in 1991. Jules takes great pride in his involvement in the evolution of the Foundation from that of a regional agency into a multidimensional national service organization. His responsibilities include overseeing fund development and general operations.
Jules developed the Foundation’s national campaign center, one of the few outbound fundraising and public awareness call centers in the nation directly owned and managed by a charitable organization. Jules was among the founders of the Multiple Sclerosis Coalition, an affiliation of leading MS organizations dedicated to fighting MS through various collaborative initiatives. He currently serves as Treasurer of the Coalition.
His greatest satisfaction comes from the effect the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation has had in people’s lives through the years.
Alan Segaloff is Co-Executive Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. He is a graduate of Boston University and was awarded CPA certificates by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of Florida. Alan has served as an advisor and board member to several nonprofit organizations, former member of the University of Washington’s Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation Research
and Training Center, a member of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He previously served as vice president of the MS Coalition.
Alan’s responsibility includes overseeing the programs and services provided by the Foundation along with the financial operations of the organization.
Members of the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Board of Directors serve voluntarily and receive no compensation. Formal meetings are conducted each year to facilitate their responsibility for the organization’s stewardship and oversight. Adherence to a conflict of interest policy is mandatory for membership.
The Healthcare Advisory Panel is responsible for ensuring the accuracy and relevance of all medical and health-related information the Foundation provides.