Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

James Ruberto, Honorary Chairman
Lee Perlman, President
David L. Lloyd, Jr., Executive Vice President
David L. Auerbach, Vice President
Bruce Birenboim, Vice President
David T. Comalli, Vice President
Linda M. Ruberto, Vice President
Mary Carol Rudin, Vice President
Robert M. Berzok, Secretary
Robert E. Becker
Wende Carver
Kathleen Fabrizio
Alan Filderman
Marie V. Feder
Scott E. Kirchner
Gerry McIntyre
Allison Rachele Bayles
Lori A. Robbins
Casey Meade Rothstein-Fitzpatrick
Kenneth Stark
Kate Maguire Artistic Director, CEO

Emeritus Board

Ruth Blodgett
William H. Booth
Hilary Somers Deely
Bridget Fawcett
A. King Francis
James W. Giddens
Dr. Donald  B. Giddon
Henry Goldstein
Bobbie Hallig
Shari Haddad
Barbara Haubold
Randolph Hawthorne
Michael D. Hess
Barbara Cohen Hobbs
Robert H. Jones, Jr.
Michael E. MacDonald
Elizabeth Ireland McCann
Betsey McKearnan
Martin E. Messinger
Kate Morris
Mary Mott
Andrea F. Nuciforo, Jr.
June Ellenoff O’Neill
Fredric D. Rutberg
Gary P. Scarafoni
Marvin H. Seline
Alli Sheehan
Carole Siegel, Ed. D
Julie Weiss
B. Carter White
Jane M. White

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