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Kevin Donohue

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Vice President
Morgan Stanley

Kevin Donohue embodies American values and a commitment to service. He is a former U.S. Marine Corps pilot who has spent much of his adult life as a volunteer for organizations that represent his passions. A lifelong outdoorsman who was raised in New Jersey, Kevin is an active supporter of the Red Cross having made over 200 Blood Platelet donations to date. He holds a B.S. degree in Marketing from Susquehanna University and, after his Marine Corps service, entered the financial services business with Morgan Stanley. Mr. Donohue lives in Southern California with his wife and son.

Mr. Donohue saw first-hand the devastation that rheumatoid arthritis can cause – his grandmother suffered horribly from RA. Having lived with his grandmother for several years as a young man, Kevin vowed to help eradicate the disease. He has served on the ANRF board since 1999 helping guide the organization’s growth and national presence.