PDX Pharmaceuticals named Greg Goodwin to its Board of Directors, currently consisting of Drs. Wassana Yantasee and Joe Gray.
Goodwin, a prominent business and community leader, formerly served as the Chief Executive Officer of Kuni Automotive, a Vancouver-based network of fifteen automobile dealerships in five states, including Oregon, Washington, California, Colorado, and Kansas. Goodwin retired in 2016 following the sale of the dealership group to Holman Automotive of Maple Shade, New Jersey. Prior to its sale to Holman, Kuni Automotive reached $1.5 billion in sales and employed 1500 team members.
An active civic leader, Goodwin serves as the board chair of Friends of the Children National and The Kuni Foundation. He previously served as vice chair of the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington, board member of the Classic Wines Auction, the Randall Children’s Hospital Foundation, and the YMCA of Columbia Willamette. He co-chaired the capital campaign to build Randall Children’s Hospital and supported the campaign to build Unity Center for Behavioral Health. Goodwin and his wife Michele were named Philanthropists of the Year in 2017 by the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington.
“We are very excited to have Greg Goodwin on our board of directors. His vast experience in business development and management will tremendously help PDX Pharmaceuticals to grow and fulfil our mission in developing better and safer cancer therapeutics. The Kuni Foundation board led by Greg and PDX Pharma share the same vision, which is to make precision and personalized medicine available and affordable to every cancer patient, and our technology has great potential to achieve that.” –Wassana Yantasee, President/CEO of PDX Pharma.