An international actress, she serves as UNESCO's Artist for Peace. She lost her sole sibling Berinthia, widow of actor Anthony Perkins, in the first flight that hit the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
Christy Turlington Burns
Supermodel and health and human rights advocate. She is currently completing a master's degree in Public Health at Columbia University and her directorial debut film on maternal health, No Woman, No Cry, was introduced at 2010 Tribeca Film Festival.
Vice President of Promotion & Community Affairs for the New York Daily News.
Having been Chairman of MTV and Co-CEO of Viacom, he is now a principal in Firefly3 LLC, entertainment industry consulting company. He consults Oprah, is chairman of ONE Campaign and an advocate of social issues in Afghanistan.
Music Impresario and Producer with nearly 80 Grammy Award nominations and 27 Grammy Awards, seven Oscar nominations and a Grammy Legends Award in 1991. He is best known as the producer of Thriller by Michael Jackson and "We Are the World."
President of the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, she is active in the New York contemporary art scene and cultural institutions. She is an Officier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.
A renowned journalist and author, whose special expertise is corporate social responsibility. He is the co-developer of the annual list, "The 100 Best Companies to Work for in America".
Fashion and Interior Designer who is familiar to millions through many television shows such as Todd Time on MTV's House of Style and Bravo's Top Design.
As President, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, she spearheaded the growth of the organization from 250 to 1500 members, developed the MCC Community Benefit Fund (CBF) and the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
Howard J. Rubenstein
President of Rubenstein Associates, Inc., one of the nation's largest independent public relations agencies. He has served as a member of numerous civic and philanthropic organizations, such as Association for a Better New York.
Wife of Jack Rudin, is renowned for her fervent philanthropic activities. She is the Chair of the Lincoln Center Institute. She and her family have focused much of their philanthropy on enhancing the quality of life for NYU students and city residents.
William C. Rudin
President of Rudin Management & Chairman of Association for a Better New York. His family has had a long tradition civic leadership and known to embrace the spirit of public responsibility.
A Bengali-Indian composer best known for his virtuosity on the sitar and for winning admiration of The Beatles (especially George Harrison). He is father to Nora Jones and Anoushka Shankar.
President of the Real Estate Board of New York which includes over twelve thousand ranking owners, developers, brokers and other institutions advocating policies to promote local economic growth, residential construction and rehabilitation.
Manhattan Borough President
As Fox Television President of Station Operations Mr. Swanson manages 35 FOX owned-and-operated stations across the US. He was previously COO of Viacom Television Stations Inc.
About our logo designer
Yuko Takao studied art in Tokyo and in Michigan. Now residing in Germany, she is the author of two books: A Winter Concert, a children's book written and illustrated by her, and The Mouse House, written by Rumer Godden and illustrated by her. A Winter Concert is published by Millbrook Press in the U.S., and continues to be a great source of inspiration to the September Concert.