Two new members, Andy Chou and Larry Dam, have been elected to the Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara Board of Trustees.
Chou is a region president for Northern Trust and is responsible for all aspects of its integrated investment, corporate fiduciary and private banking business. He has 32 years of broad financial advisory, capital markets, corporate finance experience and joined Northern Trust in Santa Barbara in 2000.
Chou is an supporter and former board member of several local charitable and cultural institutions including Direct Relief, United Cerebral Palsy, Music Academy of the West, Lobero Theater, and the Foundation for Lotusland. He and his family live in Santa Barbara.
After practicing law for 15 years, Dam held executive positions in Los Angeles and New York City with Grupo Televisa, a Mexican-based entertainment conglomerate. Retiring to Santa Barbara, he remains active as a consultant and mediator.
Dam is a supporter of numerous local charities, and has served on the boards of directors of several nonprofits including Direct Relief and the Montecito Retirement Association.
The volunteer board of trustees of the Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara focuses exclusively on fulfilling the foundation’s cancer-focused mission: to ensure superior care for all citizens of Santa Barbara County.
The Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara and the Ridley-Tree Cancer Center work in partnership to deliver superior cancer care to everyone in Santa Barbara County regardless of means. To learn more, visit the Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara, www.cfsb.org or the Ridley-Tree Cancer Center, www.ridleytreecc.org.