Seth Kupferberg
(he/him/his)

Seth Kupferberg is a board member and Principal of 75+ year old family business which specializes in designing and manufacturing well-regulated DC power supplies and associated electronic equipment. Their designs have pioneered the development of the modern power supply, with such firsts as the first programmable power supply, the first bipolar (4-quadrant) power supply, and the concept of the wide-band operational power supply. Seth is a trustee of the Northwell Health System; a Member of the Board of Directors for North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center; a member of the Founding Committee of the Unified Behavioral Health Center; the founder of The Dorothy and Jack Kupferberg Professorship of Emergency Medicine at North Shore University Hospital/Hofstra University Medical School; a co-founder of The Dr. Josh P. Kupferberg Memorial Scholarship at Trinity College; donor to The Kent School, The Garden School, Queens College, Queensborough Community College, and New York Hall of Science; a former Advisory Board Member of the New York City Refugee Employment Project.

 

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