TAMPA, Fla. – Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research is pleased to announce that Kimberly A. Murray of KE Healthcare Group, will bring her decades of healthcare knowledge and leadership to the Lions Eye Foundation Board of Directors. Murray was a member of the Lions Eye Institute board for nearly 10 years and will now move to the Foundation’s board and help guide fundraising to aid LEITR’s mission to restore sight and enhance lives worldwide.
“The team is very pleased to be adding Kimberly to our dynamic group of Board members,” said Ali St. Cyr, Lions Eye Institute Foundation Chair. “She has extensive business and healthcare experience that will greatly benefit our foundation as we continue to build philanthropic relationships in the global community.”
Murray is president of KE Healthcare, providing management, strategic and advisory consulting. She has more than 30 years of experience in the healthcare and technology industries, both nationally and internationally. Murray’s drive to serve the community through healthcare is among the many traits making her a valuable addition to the Foundation board.
“After nearly a decade of serving on the Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research board, I am humbled to now be invited to join the Foundation board of directors,” said Murray. “It is an honor to continue my work with this organization and its incredible work of restoring vision and offering the gift of sight worldwide.”
About the Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research (LEITR)
Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research is a non-profit organization that is a global resource for providing the gift of sight through research, charitable projects, distribution, and tissue recovery services. Our mission is to set new standards for ocular endeavors that will improve visual outcomes and quality of life for those who are blind or visually impaired. LEITR’s Eye Bank, located in Tampa, Florida, is one of the largest combined eye bank and ocular research centers in the world. Since its inception 45 years ago, LEITR has brought the “Gift of Sight” to more than 130,000 men, women and children worldwide. For more information visit www.LionsEyeInstitute.org.