PRF President A. Gordon Honored as a 2004 N. of Boston Bussiness & Professional Woman of the Year
From left: B.J. Frazier, Publisher of The Daily Item, Audrey Gordon, Kathleen M. O’Toole the Police Commissioner for the City of Boston, Wayne M. Burton, President of North Shore community College
We are both pleased and proud to share the news that Audrey Gordon, the President and Executive Director of The Progeria Research Foundation has been named one of the 2004 North of Boston Business and Professional Women of the Year, in the nonprofit business category. Audrey’s selection was based upon her tireless work for PRF and her outstanding accomplishments made on our behalf.
Audrey set aside her law career in 1999 to help create and manage The Progeria Research Foundation. Since that time, she has been instrumental in raising over $2 million while helping to establish PRF as the international clearinghouse for Progeria research and education. Audrey is also a member of the Peabody Chamber of Commerce, has served on the city of Peabody Planning Board, the Temple Beth Shalom Board of Trustees and the Essex County Bar Association Board of Directors.
All of us here at The Progeria Research Foundation offer her our sincere congratulations on receiving this wonderful honor and well-deserved recognition!