Fallbrook’s Brennan now on advisory board of Bay Area Lyme Foundation

By Newsroom 3:15 pm April 17, 2014

SILICON VALLEY – Bay Area Lyme Foundation, a national organization dedicated to accelerating medical breakthroughs for Lyme disease and making prevention common knowledge, announced recently the addition of four new advisory board members. One of those new board members is Fallbrook resident John Brennan.

Brennan, co-founder of Sirios Capital Management, LP, serves as its managing director. Prior to Sirios, he held key positions at MFS Investment Management and served on their advisory board. He is also involved in several other charitable organizations. Brennan holds an MBA from Stanford and a BS from the University of Rhode Island, College of Engineering.

“The time is now to make Lyme disease easy to diagnose and simple to cure,” said Ana Thompson, executive director, Bay Area Lyme Foundation. “Too many people suffer from its debilitating effects and even more are unaware of its risk where they live, especially in the West. The professional experience of these new leaders fueled by their personal connection to Lyme, move us that much closer to putting an end to Lyme disease.”

To learn more about this non-profit organization, visit

www.bayarealyme.org.

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