Long-time supporter Todd Pantezzi has been tapped as a trustee of The Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health.
Pantezzi is senior vice president at consulting and technology services provider ICF, where he works with federal health agencies. He has been involved with The Inn since 2012, serving as chair of its largest annual fundraiser for the past two years. Last year alone, the gala under his leadership raised nearly $1 million.
The Inn’s mission is to help families of children with rare or critical illnesses for whom a trial at the NIH is a last hope. Pantezzi’s son, Trevor, passed away from cancer when he was 2.
“We’re honored to have Todd take on the role of trustee,” said Jennie Lucca, CEO of The Children’s Inn. “Todd has shown extraordinary dedication to The Children’s Inn and our mission. His heart for seriously ill children and business savvy make him an invaluable asset to our organization.”