University of Texas at Dallas’ Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies has added three members to its advisory board including
- Mark Chazanow leads the management team of Venture Metals and oversees high-level supplier relationships in the wholesale and industrial sectors. Besides his support for the Ackerman Center, Chazanow also serves his community by volunteering with the ASPCA, North Texas Food Bank, AIPAC and First Tee of Dallas. He and his family live in Dallas.
- Nina Cortell is a partner with the Haynes and Boone law firm in Dallas. For four decades, she has represented corporations, public entities and individuals in cases that have put her at the forefront of Texas litigation practice. Cortell is a co-founder of the Center for Women in Law at the University of Texas School of Law and she actively works with the judiciary to improve the judicial process.
- Steve Gundy is a graduate of UT Dallas and has been working as an investment advisor since 1999. In addition to his service on the Ackerman board, Gundy serves on the board of directors, investment committee, audit committee and loan committee for a local community bank. He and his family live in Plano.
Attending last November’s Ackerman Center Leadership Dinner, the trio was “inspired to take active roles as board members.”
* Photo provided by University of Texas At Dallas