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Al Eskanazy

Co-Founder & Chairman, Community-Police Relations Foundation

Al Eskanazy’s illustrious career spanned four decades as Principal & Co-CEO of the Morstan General Agency, Inc. – a national insurance intermediary with locations in multiple states. The
Morstan General Agency was amongst the larger employers in Long Island, NY, and had a national sales base exceeding $400,000,000 annually. Al Eskanazy retired in 2016 after
leading the sale of Morstan General Agency to Brown & Brown (hull & company), a publicly traded firm on the New York Stock Exchange. Al is also the co-founder of Single Entry
Systems Computer Software Company, a patent holder, developing products that specialize in streamlining Insurance operations workflows.

A recognized philanthropist, Al is an inductee of the Long Island Volunteer Hall of Fame. His commitment to community includes his service on Boards, Advisory Boards, and various
committees. His most enduring commitment has been as founding President (since 1998) and Chair of Ascent: A School for Individuals with Autism— named a “Model program for the
education of children diagnosed with Autism”, Ascent is a NY State tuition-free Charter school. Upon Al’s retirement from the insurance industry, Al became a Peace Officer of the Division of Criminal Justice Services of New York State. Al currently serves as a reserve detective
assigned to the Nassau County SPCA Criminal Abuse section.

In 2015, Eskanazy was honored as “Man of the Year” by the Nassau County Police Department Explorers. His commitment to Law Enforcement includes his service on the Board
to the Explorers as well as on the Advisory Board to the Nassau County Police Department Foundation. Al is a Director of the New York Centurion Foundation, the South Florida Crime
Commission Foundation, and Director of Law Enforcement Officers Weekend Foundation. A member of the NCPD Reserves, Al is also an alum of the U.S. Marine Corps Executive Forum,
and Vice President of the FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association of South Florida.

In January 2018, Al co-founded and is chairman of the Community-Police Relations Foundation (formerly known as the Greater Miami-Miami Beach Police Foundation) and the
New York’s Elite Police Foundation; these 501(c)(3) organizations function in support of building relationships between community and law enforcement in times of fraternity and

CPR Foundation’s action-based grassroots approach revitalizes the relationship between law enforcement and the communities they serve by bringing them together through a variety of
outreach initiatives including charitable donations, educational and scholarship programs, and food drives. At the hands of law enforcement, the Foundation has fed thousands of families,
created educational opportunities for underserved youth, donated essential items including school supplies and bicycles and delivered relief and support for officers and their families in
distress. These actions improve interactions between the community and police, promote mutual trust and understanding and foster stronger, safer neighborhoods by highlighting the
humanity in all of us.

In collaboration with Boulder Crest Foundation, CPR Foundation launched a PTG (post-traumatic growth) mental wellness initiative to facilitate mental health programs for police
officers and first responders. Services have been provided to over 6,000 police officers, first responders, and spouses at 37 police departments in the last two and a half years throughout
South Florida.

Al has been recognized for being an agent of change capable of transforming reality by the power of empathy, compassion, openness, collaboration, and charity. In May 2022, he
received the Citizen of the Year award from South Florida Police Benevolent Association, the Citizens Involvement of the Year award from Citizens’ Crime Watch of Miami-Dade County in
August 2022, and in November 2022 he was selected as an honoree for South Florida Business & Wealth’s Magazine 2022 Apogee Award.

Al is married to Elaine Del Valle, an award-winning entertainment professional. The couple has three children and four grandchildren