United Way of Martin County Foundation has announced John Loewenberg has joined the United Way of Martin County Foundation Board of Directors. Loewenberg has had extensive senior management experiences with IBM, Mass Mutual, Capital Holding, Aetna, and Connecticut Mutual. After retirement, he became very active with the Venture Capital firm Safeguard Scientifics.
He was non-executive chairman of Applix, NEIC, Precision Systems, and Wang Healthcare Information Systems, as well as being a Director of Sherwood International; a public London, UK, based Software Company, and a Director of four other US-based Public Companies including, CompuCom, Diamond Partners International, DocuCorp and CompuCom.
Over the years, Loewenberg has volunteered extensively. He was a Trustee of Springfield College, the National Computer Museum, The Clarke School for the Deaf, the Pioneer Valley United Way, a Director of the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast, and participated in several Treasure Coast nonprofit advisory committees.
In 2011, Loewenberg joined the Martin Health System Board of Directors and was chairman from 2015 to 2019. As chairman, he played a key role in the merger of Martin Health System with the Cleveland Clinic.
He and his wife Linda have lived on the Treasure Coast for the past 25 years.
“We are so honored to have John Loewenberg join our Foundation Board of Directors,” said United Way of Martin County Director of Philanthropy Elisabeth Glynn, CFRE. “His vast professional experience and commitment to this community will help guide the Foundation’s mission to build an endowment fund to meet the current and future unmet needs of Martin County.”
The United Way Foundation is solely focused on building a permanent endowment to support the work of our local United Way here in Martin County for generations to come. For more information, visit www.UnitedWayMartin.org/Foundation.