Peter Nadosy Elected to Dana Foundation Board
New York, NY, March 25, 2010—Peter A. Nadosy was elected to the Dana Board of Directors today. Nadosy is a managing partner at East End Advisors, a financial advisory company.
Edward Rover, chairman of the Foundation, said, “We are delighted that Peter has joined the Board. His extraordinary background in finance and management, as well as in the not-for-profit arena, will be an asset to us. We value Peter and the experience that he brings to the Foundation.”
Prior to his current position, Nadosy was with Morgan Stanley, which he joined in 1981, following eleven years at Fiduciary Trust Company of New York. He was named a managing director in 1984 and then president of Morgan Stanley Asset Management in 1985. Nadosy was named vice-chairman in 1995. In 1998, he become an advisory director and continued to serve the firm as a consultant.
Nadosy is a graduate of Harvard College (1968) and Columbia Business School (1970). He received an honorary degree from Amherst College in 2001. He also serves as a life trustee at Amherst. Nadosy serves on several boards, including the Harvard Management Company; the Doris Duke Foundation; the Central European University; and the Ford Foundation.
The Dana Foundation is a private philanthropic organization that supports brain research through grants and educates the public about the successes and potential of brain research. Dana produces free publications; coordinates the International Brain Awareness Week campaign; supports the Dana Alliances, a network of neuroscientists; and maintains a website, www.dana.org.