Barlow Respiratory Hospital announces two new board members on their Group (governing) Board. Earl E. Gales, Jr. Principal-in-Charge of Jenkins/Gales & Martinez, Inc and Daniel Weinstein, Managing Partner of College Town International assumed their posts at the annual meeting of the Board of Directors in September 2015. They take on leadership responsibilities including financial oversight and management of the organization. The Group Board of Directors is made up of distinguished leaders who also serve on the Board of Directors of Barlow Respiratory Hospital, Barlow Respiratory Research Center or Barlow Foundation.
Earl E. Gales, Jr. has been an advisor to two U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents and has more than thirty-five years of experience in Urban Design, Planning and Construction Management. Major projects include Los Angeles Metro Rail/General Engineering Consultant; Eastside Transit Project; High Speed Rail System in California; LA Community College District; City Hall Seismic Rehabilitation; Martin Luther King Hospital; Compton Community College, and the Alameda Corridor.
He has co-authored three books and is the author of a book on African art and architecture. He has written numerous articles on topics including multi-family housing development, transportation policy and design, correctional facilities, and the delivery of educational planning and design.
He is a Board Member of Cedars-Sinai Hospital Board/Sports Spectacular, UCLA/Graduate School of Arts and Architecture, UCLA Board of Counselors, Loyola Marymount University Engineering School, African American Unity Center, and Vermont Village Community Development Corp. He holds a B.S. degree in Urban Planning/Civil Engineering from Cal Poly Pomona University and an M.A. in Architecture and Urban Design from UCLA.
Barlow Respiratory Hospital is a not-for-profit, long-term acute-care (LTAC) hospital, one of the nation’s top healthcare providers for medically fragile patients with respiratory and other complex illnesses. Barlow was founded in 1902 as a tuberculosis sanatorium. Today, Barlow patients are referred from over 70 hospitals for specialized care. The Barlow Foundation raises funds to support the Hospital.