Mrs. Louise Sunshine
Martin S. Begun had a long and distinguished career in the fields of medicine, public service and community relations. Mr. Begun received a BA from the University of Wisconsin, and an MA from the Department of Public Law and Government from Columbia University, where he also did post-Graduate work. He was a Senior Fellow at Taub Urban Research Center of NYU's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Administration. Martin performed Military service as a Sergeant in the Army National Guard from 1955-1960. Martin was a partner in Reiter/Begun, a private sector consulting marketing and management firm for governmental and community relations. He was also President and Founder of MSB Strategies, a public policy planning consulting firm. Prior to that, Martin, also known as Dean Begun, served for more than 35 years at New York University School of Medicine and Medical Center as Senior Associate Dean and Vice President for External Affairs with Dr. Saul Farber. Mr. Begun was a member of numerous boards, and was Board Chair for the Baruch College School of Public Affairs. Martin has received many honors including those from Housing and Human Services, the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty, and the Coalition of Voluntary Mental Health Agencies.
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