Norman L. Braman
Board of Governors
Norman Braman has played a vital role in South Florida for many years as both entrepreneur and philanthropist. In 1995, he and his wife Irma established the Braman Family Foundation, which, through grants, supports a wide spectrum of art, religious, and charitable causes, including funding for the Braman Family Breast Cancer Institute at Sylvester.
Among his many accomplishments, Braman is CEO of his eight automobile dealerships in Florida and Colorado. From 1985 to 1994, he owned the Philadelphia Eagles football team. Braman is one of the founders and 15-year former president of the Board of Trustees of the Holocaust Memorial on Miami Beach, as well as past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He received a Presidential appointment to the United States Holocaust Memorial Council and serves on the Board of Governors of a number of institutions. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of the University of Miami and Mt. Sinai Medical Center, and was elected chair of the Medical Affairs Committee of the University of Miami Board of Trustees. In addition, he was co-chair of the School of Medicine, Momentum: The Campaign for the University of Miami.
Braman says, "I’m so pleased to be able to be a part of this wonderful institution and its vital role in treating cancer patients and seeking a cure."