Carole Rosenberg - President
Art Consultant and Curator. Member of Honorary Committee, Ludwig Foundation of Cuba; Vice President, Alex Rosenberg Fine Art; community Board member, Robert Wilson's Watermill Center; Art and Garden Community of Long House Garden Reserve; Member of ArtTable; Member of Women's City Club on New York.
Edward Sullivan - Vice President
Chairman, Dept. of Fine Art, NYU, Faculty of Arts and Sciences; Board Member, College Art Association; Advisory Committee, Museum of Contemporary Art, Monterrey, Mexico; expert on Latin American art, author of Latin American Art of the 20th Century.
Jennifer Freeman - Secretary
Attorney; founding partner of Freeman & Lewis LLP, a small dynamic law firm in New York focusing on employment law, commercial litigation, dispute resolution and bankruptcy law. Fundraising for various charities including, American Museum of Natural History and Shakespeare Festival.
Michael S. Brophy
President of Maymount College Palos Verdes
Art Consultant; Senior Certified Appraiser in Contemporary Art and Prints; President of FAB! (Funding Arts Broward) and Member of committees for the Museum of Contemporary Art (Miami) and The Jerusalem Foundation.
President, Ludwig Foundation of Cuba; art historian and specialist in visual arts, theatre, and cultural policy and development; curator and critic. Advisor of the National Fine Arts Council and the National Performing Arts Council, Havana; adjunct professor at the University of Havana and at the Superior Institute of Arts. Alina Montes
Chief, Art Information Resources, New York Public Library, Humanity and Social Science Library.
Ann Marie Stock
Specialist on Cuban cinema and culture; founding director of of Cuban Cinema Classics; Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies and Film Studies at the College of William and Mary in Virginia; Editor of Framing Latin American Cinema: Contemporary Critical Perspectives; Author of Tracking the Vidal Collection: Museums, Nations, Identities and numerous articles on issues in contemporary visual culture.
Curator, Museum Educator, panelist, lecturer; member of ArtTable, the Drawing Center.
Consultant, El Museo del Barrio, New York.
William D. Zabel
Senior, founding partner, Schulte, Roth & Zabel LLP, NYC; Specialist, Law of Trusts Wills and Estates, emphasis on sophisticated income, gift and estate tax planning; Author of The Rich Die Richer and You Can Too; Trustee, NYU, New School, and The Lincoln Center Theater; Advisory Board, Planned Giving Committee of MoMA; Chairman, Planned Giving Advisory Committee, Princeton University.