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MileStones 2021 is a highly visible way for corporate leaders to engage in the movement to create a world free of MS, and to demonstrate support for the 1 million people across the country who are affected by the disease.
Help fund research to find a cure
Create corporate awareness and enhance your identity
Great opportunity for employee involvement and/or incentive
Potential category exclusivity for your brand(s)
Opportunity for special promotion(s)
Exposure to high income, highly educated, professional attendees
High level corporate networking opportunity
This year, Wells Fargo will receive the Corporate MileStones Award. Wells Fargo is proud to support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Greater New England Market in their mission to help people affected by the disease live their best lives. Through support for a variety of annual events, Wells Fargo has provided nearly $250,000 to the cause.
Doug Bryant, former executive of Wells Fargo Commercial Banking and board member for the National MS Society, actively rallies the company's members to support the organization through their time, money and passion.
Greg O'Brien, division executive for Wells Fargo Commercial Banking's Northeast Division, is proud to accept the award on behalf of the company. Wells Fargo provides banking, investment, mortgage products, consumer and commercial financial solutions. Through its corporate philanthropy, Wells Fargo aims to pave a path to stability and financial success for underserved communities by focusing on housing affordability, small business growth, and financial health, among other local community needs.
In addition, Dr. Ellen Lathi will receive the Hope Award. Dr. Lathi is Co-Director of the Elliot Lewis Center and a well-known speaker on treatment issues and wellness in MS. She has participated in countless clinical trials related to the treatment of MS, and is widely recognized for her clinical expertise and comprehensive, personalized approached to patient care. She believes that the relationship between patient and physician should be an intimate one, where there is ongoing dialogue and in-depth patient education.
Dr. Lathi, a board certified neurologist since 1980, has been recognized as a teacher of residents and medical students at Tufts University since 1977. She is a member of the American Academy of Neurology. She is the founder of the MS Service Dog Program, sponsored by the National MS Society and the ELC Foundation, a non-profit which assists patients in services or equipment not covered by insurance. She is past chairman of the physician healthcare council of the Greater New England Market of the National MS Society as well as a former Trustee and a long-standing member of the National Medical Advisory Committee for the Society, as well as a member of the Consortium of MS Centers. She is a recipient of the 2017 Society Physician Health Care Professional Volunteer Award and was inducted into the Society Hall of Fame in 2018.
MS does not stop because of COVID-19, and neither will we.
Donate now to ensure we can meet the urgent and expanding needs of the MS community and our organization during this critical time. No act of generosity is too small to make a difference.