Greenberg Glusker Partner Honored at Juvenile Diabetes Research 2009: Dennis Ellman

Greenberg Glusker Partner Honored at Juvenile Diabetes Research

Dennis Ellman served two terms as president of the Chapter&8217s board of directors and as a board member for seven years.

He currently chairs the Chapter&8217s major gifts committee, and he sits on the advisory board. Bonnie Ellman helped found and remains a leader of the L.A. Chapter&8217s Outreach Program, an online support system and network for newly diagnosed families. The Ellmans&8217 13 year-old daughter, Jordan, who has Type 1 diabetes, will present the award to her parents. &8220The accomplishments of Dennis and Bonnie are a &8216caregiver triple-header&8217 that resonates at every level,&8221 said Robert Reid, Executive Director of JDRF&8217s Los Angeles Chapter. &8220Under Dennis&8217 leadership, we have strengthened our organization, our fundraising and our ability to meet the challenges of finding a cure. Bonnie&8217s creation of a family support network, which today reaches 450 families, exemplifies community care at its finest. And their love for their daughter embodies care at its most personal and meaningful.&8221 &8220My wife and I are honored by this recognition, but even more importantly, we remain hopeful and confident, on behalf of the millions of people diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, that JDRF will help find the cure and bring it to people in need,&8221 said Ellman. Ellman graduated from New York University School of Law in 1976, practiced in New York, and then joined Greenberg Glusker in 1981. About Greenberg Glusker &8211 Celebrating Our 50th Anniversary in 2009 Greenberg Glusker helps clients to maximize their potential by providing strategic business and legal counsel in matters involving entertainment, real estate, land use, environmental, intellectual property, technology, business, employment, estate planning, taxation and litigation. For more information, visit .


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