Board of Directors

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President
James P. Simsarian, MD, MBA
Dr. Simsarian is Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Center of the Neurology Center of Fairfax, Virginia. He is past president of the Consortium for Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) and is a founder and past president of the Foundation of the CMSC. Dr. Simsarian is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, as well as the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology. He is a recipient of the Consortium for Multiple Sclerosis Centers' Lifetime Achievement Award. Dr. Simsarian is internationally known for his work in Neurology.

Vice President
David Grass, MD
Dr. Grass is a retired Neurologist.

Secretary
Quincalee Brown, PhD
Dr. Brown is a retired association and founder executive. She served as Executive Director of the Water Environment Federation and its Foundation. Dr. Brown also served as President of the American Society of Association Executives, the national professional society for executives of non-profit organizations. She is known for excellence in non-profit management and is a consultant in the profession.

Treasurer and Executive Director
Frank Malouff, MSHA, LLD
Mr. Malouff has served as Executive Director of four non-profit professional medical associations and their respective foundations. He has consulted with non-profit organizations in governance and fundraising issues.

Member at Large
Carol A. Saunders, RN
Mrs. Saunders is a retired career Multiple Sclerosis nurse. She served as leader of the Multiple Sclerosis Support Group program at the Neurology Center of Fairfax, Virginia, for many years and was a member of the Board of Directors of the International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses. In addition, Mrs. Saunders is active within the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses and the American Nurses Association. She currently lectures and consults in the field of Multiple Sclerosis. She is a founder of the annual Fall Seminar in Multiple Sclerosis series.