Maddy Rovinsky spent more than 30 years in the School District of Philadelphia as a teacher of the visually impaired. Now, she continues to give back through her activity in the Albert Einstein Society.
The Society awards grants to Einstein employees and physicians, supporting their great ideas to "solve some of today’s most exciting healthcare challenges."
Twenty years ago, a friend asked Rovinsky to attend a meeting of the Society. She needed no further convincing to attend more meetings, and to become ever more involved in the Society's great work. She's now a co-chair.
For Rovinksy, the Albert Einstein Society represents Einstein at its best.
"I love the fact that the Einstein Society gives people an opportunity to strive for the possibilities that they see in something," she says. "That's what makes us More than Medicine."