An accomplished financial professional and humanitarian, Bradley DiTeresi serves as a partner in real estate development group Casas Hof Constructora e Inmobiliaria. Apart from his real estate career, Bradley DiTeresi supports various nonprofit organizations, such as the Lupus Foundation of America.
A Phase II clinical trial by Aurinia Pharmaceutical Company studying the effects of voclosporin as a therapeutic option in treating lupus has concluded. According to data provided by Aurinia, the study achieved favorable results, with total remission reported in a large amount of those who received the drug through participation in the study.
Lupus Foundation of America president and CEO Sandra C. Raymond commented on the study’s results, saying they are a significant step forward in treating people who suffer from lupus-related kidney disease. She also expressed excitement about voclosporin treatment moving into the third phase of its clinical trials, praising the drug as a strong treatment option should it continue to show results in testing.
The Lupus Foundation of America will keep following the course of voclosporin studies and report the findings to its membership.
Bradley DiTeresi, MBA, works as a financial analyst in Missouri and is currently managing partner of the Peru-based real estate developer Casas Hof Constructora e Inmobiliaria. As an alumnus of the Henry W. Bloch School of Management graduate program at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC), Bradley DiTeresi continues to play a major role in the local business community by supporting events such as the Annual Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
Sponsored by the Regnier Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, the 29th Annual Entrepreneur of the Year Awards will be held at the Kansas City Convention Center on October 14, 2014, in observance of local executives, business owners, and alumni who have made major contributions to the local economy. Acknowledging the ambition and effort at the core of the American entrepreneurial spirit, the event will honor the innovations and creative accomplishments of established professionals and promising upstarts.
The University of Missouri-Kansas City’s Bloch School of Management is an AACSB-accredited institution, a distinction held by less than one-third of business schools nationwide and only 5 percent worldwide. The school commonly allocates funds to support research and cutting-edge experimental programs in order to foster a new generation of entrepreneurs.
Bradley DiTeresi is a partner with Casas Hof Constructora e Inmobiliaria, a real estate development company that specializes in modern condominium communities in Peru. A globally minded individual, Bradley DiTeresi also sponsors a child living in the Philippines through Unbound, an organization formerly known as the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging.
Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, Unbound is a nonprofit sponsorship organization that helps families living in extreme poverty by connecting them with sponsors in the United States. The organization’s Hope for a Family program provides vulnerable populations such as children and the seniors with basic necessities such as food, education, clothing and access to medical care. For an average contribution of just $30 a month, sponsors empower children and entire communities to become more self-sustaining.
In addition to financial support, sponsors can exchange letters and photos with their sponsored friends; they may also choose to participate in a mission awareness trip to see firsthand the impact of their support.
Bradley DiTeresi completed his undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Kansas and pursued graduate studies in business administration at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC).