Winthrop-University Hospital’s Board
of Directors has long been a driving
force behind the continuous growth
and expansion of the Hospital’s highquality,
innovative healthcare services.
Recently, two new members were
elected to serve on this devoted
corps of community leaders and
Mark S. Davis
Mark S. Davis, Managing Partner of
Deloitte & Touche in Jericho, has vast
experience in accounting and auditing.
A member of the Deloitte & Touche
team for 24 years, Mr. Davis leads the
firm’s tri-state venture-backed growth
practice and is responsible for their
nationally recognized Fast 500 program
– a ranking of the 500 fastest
growing technology, media, telecommunications
and life sciences
companies in the Northeast region.
Mr. Davis also has a leading role
in training individuals within Deloitte
& Touche and speaking at seminars
on a host of contemporary accounting
and technology industry issues.
Mr. Davis has served as an active
member of Deloitte’s Managing Partner
Advisory Council, the United Way of
Long Island’s Allocations Committee,
and the Suffolk County Council – Boy
Scouts of America, where he held
various roles including Golf Committee
Chair, Audit Committee Chair,
Treasurer and board member, among
others. He is a member of the
American Institute of Certified Public
Accountants and the New York State
Society of CPAs, and currently serves
on the Finance Committee for the Mill
River Country Club.
Mr. Davis is a graduate of
Adelphi University. A resident of
Upper Brookville, NY, Mr. Davis and
his wife Diane have three children,
Sofia, Alexander and Nicolas.
With his vast experience in the
advertising industry, George Pappas,
President of MCS Advertising, Ltd.,
is a welcome addition to Winthrop’s
Board of Directors.
Prior to starting his own advertising
agency, Mr. Pappas held senior
management positions at some of the
largest advertising agencies in the
United States. For more than forty
years, he has worked with several of
America’s most sophisticated marketers,
helping them to achieve their
creative and marketing goals. Mr.
Pappas’ marketing experience ranges
from overseeing numerous successful
new product launches to building
product awareness for clients in a
variety of industries including airlines,
cosmetics and financial institutions.
In 1998, Mr. Pappas received the
esteemed Ellis Island Medal of Honor
– an honor presented annually to
American citizens of diverse origins
for their outstanding contributions to
their communities, their nation and
Mr. Pappas is a graduate of New
York University School of Commerce
and is an active member of several
community organizations and charities.
Presently, he is a member of the Board
of Directors for Concern Worldwide and
the Mollie Melanoma Foundation.
A resident of Garden City, NY, for
nearly four decades, Mr. Pappas and
his wife Marina have two daughters,
Christina and Stephanie, and two
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