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Easter Seals New Jersey Welcomes PwC‘s John Glynn of Madison, NJ as New Board Member

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Easter Seals New Jersey Welcomes PwC‘s John Glynn of Madison, NJ as New Board Member

(East Brunswick, NJ) -- Easter Seals New Jersey (Easter Seals NJ) proudly welcomes Madison, NJ resident John Glynn as a recent addition to its board of directors. Glynn is a global finance executive who currently serves as the global leader of PwC’s Valuation & Economics practice, as well as the partner in charge of PwC's US Transaction Services Valuation Advisory practice. Both teams provide valuation services for financial reporting, tax and other transactions.  He will bring this wealth of financial expertise and a passion for making a difference in the lives of people living with disabilities to his newly appointed board position.

“The scope of John’s financial expertise makes us extremely fortunate to have him as a new board member.  His efforts will help us enhance our infrastructure and continue the tradition of outstanding fiscal management here at Easter Seals”, said Easter Seals NJ Chief Executive Officer and President Brian Fitzgerald.

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Glynn’s career with PwC spans over two decades and several countries, from serving as the European leader of PwC’s Global Capital Markets Group; to assisting r issues connected to the capital raising process.  He also served as an   accounting consulting partner in PwC's US Risk & Quality group helping partners and clients throughout the world resolve complex accounting and financial reporting matters. Glynn served as a Professional Accounting Fellow in the Office of the Chief Accountant at the US Securities & Exchange Commission.

Glynn, a graduate of Wake Forest University and married with two teenaged children, joins a group of   professionals who eagerly dedicate themselves to the 65-year-old mission of Easter Seals New Jersey to create solutions that change the lives of people with disabilities.  “As a newly elected member,” Glynn said, “I look forward to joining my fellow board members at Easter Seals to ensure we are around for the long term to continue serving our New Jersey families and neighbors with disabilities and helping them live the best lives possible.”

About Easter Seals

The mission of Easter Seals New Jersey is to enable individuals with disabilities or special needs, and their families, to live, learn, work and play in their communities with equality, dignity and independence. A leading non-profit provider of comprehensive services for individuals with developmental disabilities including autism, physical disabilities, mental illness and other special needs, our services have been geared toward helping individuals remove obstacles along their path toward independence and full community-integration for nearly 65 years.

Easter Seals is committed to creating solutions and providing programs that produce tangible results in the lives of thousands of families in New Jersey. For more information on Easter Seals New Jersey and its statewide disability services, please contact us at 732-257-6662, or visit on-line at www.eastersealsnj.org or www.facebook.com/eastersealsnj

 

 

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