We are pleased to announce the appointment of three new members to the Tourette Association of America Board of Directors. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Azad Anand, Joseph Campolo, and Stephen McCall, all of whom bring with them a deep commitment to supporting the Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorder community.
Dr. Azad Anand was the founder of the Long Island Diagnostic Imaging Centers, the first comprehensive multimodality imaging facilities in New York. Before establishing his radiology practice, Dr. Anand was Director of Neuroradiology and a member of the Senate at Stony Brook University Hospital. He also sits on the Nassau Community College Foundation Board, the American Red Cross of Long Island Board of Directors, Nassau Community Foundation and the advisory board for the Sanford Brown Vocational School. Dr. Anand is the founder of the Center for India Studies at Stony Brook University. He completed his residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Hackensack Hospital Center, Hackensack, New Jersey, and had a fellowship in Neuroradiology, New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center and Memorial Hospital/Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute.
Joe Campolo serves as the Managing Partner of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, a premier law firm in Long Island, NY. Under Campolo’s leadership, the firm has grown from two lawyers to a highly-respected team of more than 30 attorneys servicing clients across a wide range of legal practice areas. Outside of the law firm, Campolo dedicates his time to a variety of philanthropic causes, including serving on the Board of Directors of the American Red Cross on Long Island, the Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island (HIA-LI) and the Long Island High Technology Incubator (LIHTI). He is a member of the Energeia Partnership, Class of 2016. Prior to starting the firm, Campolo served honorably in the United States Marine Corps.
For the past decade, Stephen McCall has been an international ambassador and role model for people with Tourette, travelling the globe spreading awareness. He is passionate about helping young people around the world realize their potential and achieve their dreams despite life’s obstacles. Following his passion for writing and helping young people, he published his first children’s book titled, “The Tyrannosaurus Tic: A boy’s adventures with Tourette Syndrome.” The book inspired the creation of the “Imaginary Boy” which is a stage musical produced by the Telling Company in NYC. Mr. McCall is also currently serving as Chief of Science & Technology Branch for the Department of Defense and resides in the D.C. area.