Walter Gefrom is a Civil Engineer and Project Manager. An active volunteer in his community, Gefrom is a proud supporter of Boy Scouts of America and MS awareness initiatives.
Walter Gefrom is a professional who wears numerous hats. Professionally, he is known for working as a Civil Engineer and Project Manager. But in Gefrom’s view, his voluntary endeavors hold just as much weight in his life. Active in his community, he enjoys volunteering his time with organizations who champion concepts of leadership and health advocacy. He is a particularly proud supporter of the Boy Scouts of America and the National MS Society. Diversified by his personal experiences and community involvement, Gefrom credits his volunteer work with empowering and strengthening his natural leadership abilities.
Mechanically-inclined, Walter Gefrom’s fascination with the inner workings of machines started early in life. As a young boy, he found himself enraptured by the enthusiasm of race cars — and the undeniably majestic craftsmanship of classic cars. Today, he realizes his lifelong love of automobiles through his own car restoration projects. Most recently, Gefrom fully restored a 1967 Ford Mustang convertible — the exact vehicle he has admired all his life! He looks forward to sporting his freshly revitalized Mustang at future vintage car shows and events.
Boy Scouts of America
Walter Gefrom is a firm believer in the leadership lessons ingrained in the Boy Scouts of America’s many programs. In fact, he’s a product of the process, having journeyed from Cub Scout to Cub Master. Passing the torch, Gefrom introduced his son to scouting. During his son’s time as a Boy Scout and Eagle Scout, he has volunteered for several years as a Cub Master, Assistant Scoutmaster and General Leader.
Walter Gefrom is vocal about his support of raising awareness of multiple sclerosis (MS). An unpredictable condition that affects the central nervous system. In Gefrom’s view, awareness of the autoimmune disease needs to be raised so that more studies and research can be conducted. Due to a lack of understanding of what causes MS, the condition is currently without a cure. Gefrom hopes that by raising awareness, a cure can be discovered more quickly. To show his support, he has donated to and participated in several ‘Walk MS’ events hosted by the National MS Society.