Baranski named to Cuddle My Kids board

Jason Baranski

Scott Gabrielsen, President of the Board of Directors for Cuddle My Kids (CMK) of West Chester announced the unanimous appointment of Jason Baranski of Exton as their newest Board member.

Founded in 2007, Cuddle My Kids is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a variety of free cancer support services and resources throughout the Delaware Valley. As a pioneer in this arena, CMK’s mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals and families during cancer treatment. We connect with our clients on a personal level, through personal interaction, providing a much needed break from the chaos of cancer. Our services benefit both the cancer patient and their families, because we understand a cancer diagnosis affects the whole family differently.

The CMK Board is comprised of a group of professionals who add great value by bringing their expertise and sphere of influence to foster development of the organization. “Jason’s appointment to our Board will not only strengthen our organization, but will impact our efforts as we look to expand our reach and cultivate new relationships and ideas moving forward,” said Gabrielsen. “We are extremely excited about this addition to our team, and are very fortunate to have him on join us!”

Baranski is Regional General Counsel, U.S. Takeda. Prior to Takeda, Jason was Senior Vice President Head Counsel U.S. and Global Product Strategy for Shire. Baranski oversees legal support to Takeda’s U.S. Business Unit, including franchise and product support, market access, patient services, litigation and investigations, and employment matters.

Prior to joining Shire, Baranski was an attorney in the litigation practice group of the international law firm Morgan Lewis where he represented pharmaceutical companies in a variety of matters including product liability, government investigations and congressional inquiries.

Baranski has a J.D. from the Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University and a B.S. in Environmental Science from Allegheny College.

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