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Founded and Chaired by Dr. Stephen Sinclair, the Clear Vision foundation's mission; to improve the technology for assessing vision problems and for assisting persons with vision disabilities; to promote public screening for vision abnormalities; to improve physician awareness and delivery of low vision rehabilitation; to improve public awareness of the availability of low vision aids and services; to improve the recognition of the need for vision rehabilitation and to improve reimbursement for all patients in need of those services.

Stephen H. Sinclair, MD

Stephen H. Sinclair, MD

Stephen H. Sinclair, MD

Stephen has served as the President since the Foundation's inception, and the Chief Executive Officer since 2005. Dr. Sinclair is a board-certified ophthalmologist in private practice, specializing in diseases and surgery of the retina.

Lawrence A. Husick, JD

Lawrence serves as a Senior Fellow of the Foreign Policy Research Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he works in the Center on Terrorism, Counter- Terrorism, and Homeland Security. Mr. Husick is an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania and Organizational Dynamics Graduate Program.

Lawrence A. Husick, JD

Lawrence A. Husick, JD

Samuel G. DeSimone

Samuel G. DeSimone

Samuel G. DeSimone

Samuel has been a board member of Clear Vision since the Foundation's inception. After serving as a litigator for the firm of Blakely, Stockwell, and Zink from 1960 until 1975, he then participated as a judge for the Superior Court of New Jersey in Woodbury having served in every division of the Superior Court.

Michael Sinclair

Michael has been a board member of Clear Vision since the Foundation's inception. He joined Microsoft's Research group in 1998 as a Senior Research Associate and heads a division researching hardware devices for human-computer interfacing.

Michael Sinclair

Michael Sinclair

Claude Lewis

Claude Lewis

Claude Lewis

Claude was recently elected to the board of Clear Vision. For 10 years he served as a reporter for Newsweek Magazine and then as part of an award-winning team of reporters at the New York Herald Tribune. The team documented many of New York City's most critical problems, and their work was later expanded into a book "New York City in Crisis."

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