A principal of The Hoffman Companies, Mr. Hoffman has been intimately involved in all of the firm’s businesses, as either President or Principal Owner. A graduate of Dartmouth College and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton Business School, Mr. Hoffman is a member and former Director of the Boston chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization, a global community of over 14,000 business founders and owners. Four years ago, he was the Sponsorship Co-Chair of the 2016 EO NERVE conference held in Boston for over 600 regional members.
Mr. Hoffman is also the President and former Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Genesis Foundation for Children, a 41-year-old nonprofit that provides funding for the diagnosis, treatment, coordinated care, and therapy for children born with physical, intellectual, and genetic disorders. He is also an Overseer-for-Life of Newton-Wellesley Hospital and a sponsor of the Chelsea Boys and Girls Club Breakfast Meeting series. A former Parent Council member of Macalester College, Mr. Hoffman is the alumni magazine correspondent for his Wharton class and President of Dartmouth's Digital Content Managers Association. Mr. Hoffman has also served as the President, Alumni Council representative, and Digital Content Manger for his college class.
About The Genesis Foundation For Children
The Genesis Foundation For Children provides funding for clinical, informational, and therapeutic programs for children born with physical and intellectual challenges and genetic disorders.
In 1982, Dr. Murray Feingold, a leading pediatrician and geneticist, created what he called The Genesis Fund — later renamed The Genesis Foundation for Children — to provide integrated, compassionate care and advocacy for patients with rare diseases and genetic disorders. With The Genesis Foundation’s financial support, Dr. Feingold was able to establish The Feingold Center for Children, now The Feingold Service at Mass General for Children, which assembles a team of specialists dedicated to providing comprehensive care to their patients and allows sufficient time to spend with them learning together. Today, the Feingold Model of Coordinated Care has expanded to include offering therapeutic and informational services.