Sarah S. Mackintosh is the Marketing and Website Coordinator for Medical Properties Trust, Inc., a healthcare real estate investment trust that bridges the gap between the growing demand for high-quality healthcare and the ability to deliver it cost-effectively, standing out as the preeminent source of capital for hospitals around the world. She has also served on MPT's Charity Committee for the past eight years, helping to direct over $50 million of the company's money to over 218 non-profit organizations. Sarah received her B.A. in Marketing and her M.B.A. in Real Estate and Finance from the University of Alabama. 

Sarah has a passion for serving others. As a type one diabetic  since the age of nine, she has been very active in volunteering with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, representing the organization in meetings with Alabama's Congressional delegation in Washington, D.C. She has also volunteered with the UAB Comprehensive Diabetes Research Center. Sarah is a Junior Board member of the Bell Center, and is involved with the Ballet Guild of Birmingham, the Kiwanis Club, the Rotaract Club of Birmingham, Future Committe of Children's of Alabama, Birmingham Women Leaders Association, and a Community of Lights Torchbearer. She is a volunteer with other philanthropic organizations, such as the American Heart Association, the Humane Society, Preschool Partners, Food Bank of Central Alabama, and the Exceptional Foundation. 

Sarah is a native of Birmingham, Alabama and attended Mountain Brook High School. She is married to Stuart Mackintosh with whom she has two small children, Mary Evelyn and Kate. 

Ed Meyerson worked in the field of construction law for fifty-two years and was a Partner at Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell, & Berrkowitz, P.C. He served on the Executive Committee of the Birmingham Bar Association and the Alabama State Bar Commission. He also worked as a mediator for the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Alabama, and Ed's professional committment is further reflected in the work he has done to help educate and mentor future generations of lawyers. He has given numerous lectures and talks to professional groups and taught as an adjunct professor at Samford University's Cumberland School of Law. He also held a fellowship at the American College of Construction Lawyers, and joined their Board of Directors, 1999-2001. 

He is devoted to helping the people of Alabama and to community service. Ed is the Founder of the Mike Slive Research Foundation and is the Past President of the Board at the University of Alabama's  Cancer Hospital, Past President of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and also of Jewish Family Services. He also held other positions on several Boards, including the Executive Board of the Birmingham Jewish Federation.

Ed is married to Candy Meyerson, and the couple have three daughters and eight grandchildren. 


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