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The Berry-Brem Professorship in Neurosurgery

GEORGE BERRY is a retired partner of Ernst & Young (now EY), one of the Big Four accounting firms. He spent his career serving as the firm’s principal audit executive to several publicly-owned, multinational clients, including Coca-Cola Enterprises and Georgia-Pacific Corporation in Atlanta and AmerisourceBergen Corporation in Philadelphia. He also served in regional and national management roles for EY. Since retiring, he has served on EY’s Retirement Investment Committee and has undertaken consulting projects for another Big Four firm.

MARY NELL Berry is a graduate of Rowan University and holds a master’s degree from The University of Pennsylvania. She taught elementary school, including children with special needs.

The Berrys have one son, George, and two grandsons, Jonathan and Cameron.

George and Mary Nell support and are members of the Neurosurgery Advisory Board, the Advisory Board of the Brady Urological Institute and the Board of Governors of the Wilmer Eye Institute, all at Johns Hopkins Medicine.

In naming this endowment, the Berrys wish to honor Dr. HENRY BREM whose dedication, talents and skill has led the Department to its unprecedented achievements in Neurosurgery. The Berry-Brem Professorship represents the visionary partnership and shared mission of advancing the field of neurosurgery for today’s patients and beyond.