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If it had not been for Armstrong’s record of integrity, skeptics may have questioned the propriety of Neil’s joining Thiokol, given that he had served as vice chair of the Rogers Commission that had investigated the Challenger accident.
In his stead, Laurene Tumiel-Berhalter, PhD, the vice chair of research and development in the Department of Family Medicine at the University at Buffalo, has taken over the Buffalo Lupus Project.
I went back for the first time to see my friends in El Minuto de Dios in 1981, when I was vice chair of Amnesty International’s Executive Committee, which was responsible for growing the organization in the third world.
The result was a mega-charity called Autism Speaks in which the president of Autism Speaks retained his position and Bob and Suzanne Wright continued in their roles as chairman and vice chair of the group’s board.