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Howard and Joanne Nemeroff

“Belief in the power of science to create a brighter future is what first attracted my family to Weizmann. In the more than 10 years that I’ve been involved as a Board member and now as co-chair of the Vera and Chaim Weizmann Honour Society, my husband, Howard, and I have had the opportunity to talk and listen to countless scientists and witness their ground-breaking discoveries and innovations. Their dreams are becoming reality and improving millions of lives worldwide. We have a dream, too — to make the world a better place for our children and grandchildren. We made our legacy gift to help Weizmann attract the best scientists and provide them with the resources they need so they can continue creating a brighter future for all humanity.”

Joanne Nemeroff, Secretary, Weizmann Canada National Board of Directors, Co-Chair, Vera and Chaim Weizmann Honour Society and Member, Montreal Chapter

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