Cornelius (“Neal”) Perry, a Member of the Board of Directors of Barber Family Foundation, is the Director of Large Lodging Business Development for TriMark Adams-Burch, a national hotel and restaurant supplier and servicer. Mr. Perry, a native Washingtonian from the Woodridge Brooklyn neighborhood, attended Archbishop John Carroll High and Howard University. Mr. Perry joined Adams-Burch Company in 1975, and has been a top producer for the Company for over 35 years. He is known for some of the largest projects for the Company, including the Gaylor Hotel in 2007 and the MGM Hotel in 2016. In addition, Mr. Perry has helped such well-known European chef’s such as Jean George Vongerichten, Alain Ducasse, Eric Ripert, and Daniel Boulud open their restaurants in Washington, DC. Mr. Perry currently serves as the Chair-Elect of the Board of Directors for Boys Town Washington, D.C.