Dr. Richard D. Brasington has been recognized for his significant contributions to medical education. Since joining the faculty at Washington University in 1966, as director of the rheumatology fellowship program, Dr.
Kent grew up in St. Louis and his love of music lead him to study trombone with Bernard Schneider, then Principal Trombone of the St.
Susan joined Fleishman-Hillard, Inc. in 1986 as an Account Executive. She eventually held the positions of President of the U.S.
Thomas M. Siler, M.D. is a pulmonary and sleep physician who has been in private practice working for Midwest Chest Consultants, PC in St.
Miran Halen is a prominent Fundraiser of the Arts and community volunteer. She has garnered widespread praise as a versatile singer of opera, symphony, chamber and recital music.
Gerry brings over forty-five years of management experience to the CMSSL Board of Directors, from first level through company president, CEO, and Chairman of the Board, as well an impressive musical background.
Recognized as an internationally known expert on endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery and anatomy and a leader in Hand, Elbow and Shoulder surgery, Dr.
Milton P. Wilkins holds an MBA degree from Harvard Business School 1971 and a BA degree from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA 1969.
Phoebe Dent Weil is a specialist in art conservation. She is a Director at Northern Light Studio, a collaborative enterprise to investigate, practice and teach the traditions and materials of studio art practice.
Internationally acclaimed conductor Leonard Slatkin is Music Director of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) and the Orchestre National de Lyon (ONL).