Slavin and Ragons Recognized for Philanthropy

Slavin and Ragons Recognized for Philanthropy

Jul 23

Terry and Susan Ragon and Peter Slavin have been selected by Boston Magazine for their list of Boston’s 25 most powerful philanthropists.

 

Dr. Peter Slavin, Massachusetts General Hospital President, is recognized at number 18 for establishing the Campaign for the Third Century of MGH Medicine to raise money for research and patient care.

 

At number 19, Terry and Susan Ragon are recognized for their generous contribution to AIDS research by establishing the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard.

 

In the photo above, Dr. Slavin and the Ragons speak at the dedication of the new home of the Ragon Institute at 400 Tech Square, Cambridge.

 

Boston Magazine list of 2013’s 25 most powerful people in Boston philanthropy.