MAC Angels Foundation Board of Directors

Kelly Corwen, President

Holly Henry, PhD, Secretary

Paul McEvoy

Kelly is a founding board member of the MAC Angels Foundation. ​Kelly was introduced to Claire Gormley Collier shortly after her diagnosis and became involved in many of the fundraisers that were held to support Claire with her journey.

When MAC Angels was formed, she gladly accepted the role of board member to help support PALS and their families. Kelly currently serves both as Vice President and as a member of the Executive Committee. She has also chaired every MAC Angels Gala and annual appeal since our inception in 2010. Professionally, Kelly is a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson in the state of New York.

She has a BA from Colby College, an MBA from New York University and a CPA in NY. Kelly is married and has 4 children. All of her family members have volunteered at numerous events in support of MAC Angels.

Holly is the Chief Medical Officer at Klick Health, a medical marketing agency based in New York City and Toronto. Holly oversees the medical strategy and payer disciplines to ensure strategic and scientific relevance across communications that drive change in beliefs and behavior. Holly and her team ensure alignment of messaging and tactics to the strategic objectives.

Holly is a seasoned medical strategist, marketer, and presenter who prides herself in building communications that help advance healthcare. Throughout her career, she has found inspiration through work with neurologists, patients, and caregivers. This inspiration combined with her scientific and marketing experience has driven her to follow her passions to help families beyond drug development and communication in a more direct meaningful way.

Holly received her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine in Cellular and Molecular Biology for her work in viral gene expression.

Paul is a board member and former President of the MAC Angels Foundation. Paul’s mother was afflicted with ALS and both he and his wife, MC, readily accepted the invitation to participate on the original founder’s board in the mission to serve families affected by ALS.

Paul is Senior Managing Director of DRA Advisors LLC, a real estate investment firm based in New York. He graduated from Georgetown University and also has an MBA from New York University. ​Paul and his wife have 2 children​ who live in the New York area.

Paul Woldar

Richard Klein

Paul Woldar recenty began a second career as Community Development Manager at American Cancer Society managing the Real Men Wear Pink NYC campaign. Prior to this Paul spent 34 years on Wall Street as a fixed income specialist selling all fixed income products.  He was National Sales Manager/Managing Director at Cowan and Co., Advest, Mellon Financial and Cantor Fitzgerald among others.
 
Paul is president of a privately managed foundation, has served or serves on the boards of Woodbury Jewish Center, Gurwin Healthcare Services Foundation, USCJ, and American Cancer Society’s Nassau County Board of Advisors.   
 
Paul has a BA from Boston University and an MBA from Emory University. He resides on Long Island with his wife. His 2 sons, daughter and daughter in law all live and work in the metro New York area.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Rich is a Senior Managing Director in the Global Corporate and Investment Banking division of Bank of America. Prior to joining BofA in 2006, Rich spent 23 1/2 years at JP Morgan, where he held a similar position.

Rich has a BA from Colgate University and an MBA from New York University. He is married and has two sons who live in the New York area.

Kelly Corwen, President

Kelly is a founding board member of the MAC Angels Foundation. ​Kelly was introduced to Claire Gormley Collier shortly after her diagnosis and became involved in many of the fundraisers that were held to support Claire with her journey.

When MAC Angels was formed, she gladly accepted the role of board member to help support PALS and their families. Kelly currently serves both as Vice President and as a member of the Executive Committee. She has also chaired every MAC Angels Gala and annual appeal since our inception in 2010. Professionally, Kelly is a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson in the state of New York.

She has a BA from Colby College, an MBA from New York University and a CPA in NY. Kelly is married and has 4 children. All of her family members have volunteered at numerous events in support of MAC Angels.

Holly Hunter, Ph.D.

Holly is the Chief Medical Officer at Klick Health, a medical marketing agency based in New York City and Toronto. Holly oversees the medical strategy and payer disciplines to ensure strategic and scientific relevance across communications that drive change in beliefs and behavior. Holly and her team ensure alignment of messaging and tactics to the strategic objectives.

Holly is a seasoned medical strategist, marketer, and presenter who prides herself in building communications that help advance healthcare. Throughout her career, she has found inspiration through work with neurologists, patients, and caregivers. This inspiration combined with her scientific and marketing experience has driven her to follow her passions to help families beyond drug development and communication in a more direct meaningful way.

Holly received her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine in Cellular and Molecular Biology for her work in viral gene expression.

Paul McEvoy

Paul is a board member and former President of the MAC Angels Foundation. Paul’s mother was afflicted with ALS and both he and his wife, MC, readily accepted the invitation to participate on the original founder’s board in the mission to serve families affected by ALS.

Paul is Senior Managing Director of DRA Advisors LLC, a real estate investment firm based in New York. He graduated from Georgetown University and also has an MBA from New York University. ​Paul and his wife have 2 children​ who live in the New York area.

Paul Woldar

Paul is a senior finance executive with 30 year of experience on Wall Street and expertise in liquidity analysis, investments structuring, loan and investment portfolio management, and asset and liability management. He has held senior management positions at Mellon Securities, Cantor Fitzgerald, and Mesirow. Paul has served as the Executive Director for Oppenheimer, Incapital, and Penserra Securities/Tribal Capital Markets. He also served as Board Chair for Melrose Credit Union.
 
In 2003, Paul helped form the Edwin and Shirley Woldar Foundation. The foundation helps children, funds
research for medical advancement and educational institutions and cares for the less fortunate. He has served on the Board of the American Cancer Society – Nassau County, United Jewish Appeal – Foundation of NY, Woodbury Jewish Center, and United Synagogues for Conservative Judaism. In 2007, Paul founded Legacy Financial Management, a philanthropy advisory group for individuals and foundations seeking to optimize the performance of charity investments.

Richard Klein

Rich is a Senior Managing Director in the Global Corporate and Investment Banking division of Bank of America. Prior to joining BofA in 2006, Rich spent 23 1/2 years at JP Morgan, where he held a similar position.

Rich has a BA from Colgate University and an MBA from New York University. He is married and has two sons who live in the New York area.

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