F. Anthony Zunino
AIA Architect and founding partner of Zuberry Associates (a New York based real estate firm specializing in the purchase and adaptive reuse of 19th Century commercial buildings in Lower Manhattan and recently restored and rebuilt an 18th Century block of formerly city owned buildings in the South Street Seaport Historic District and currently involved in the restoration of some historic buildings in Wassaic, New York); former chairman of the Board of Trustees of Grace Church School, former chair of the Board of Directors of the Greenwich Village Society of Historic Protection, and former board member of The Classic Stage Company; adviser of the Kent Land Trust, board chair of The New York Studio School, on the board of The Greenwich Village Society of Historic Preservation and is an adviser of the Kent Center School Scholarship Fund; resides with his wife Sally Auer in Kent, Connecticut.
George S. Logan
Director, Environmental Management and Government Relations, Aquarion Water Company; formerly responsible for leadership and support roles in all aspects of water utility engineering, supervision of Aquarion’s land survey, CAD drafting and design functions, and corporate purchasing for the company; executive officer on the boards of Griffin Health Services Corporation, Junior Achievement of Western Connecticut; member of Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce and Central Connecticut Coastal YMCA; former chair of the State of Connecticut African-American Affairs Commission; resides with his wife Lisa in Ansonia, Conn.
Barton T. Jones
Serves as president of the board of the Cornwall Conservation Trust, alternate member of the Housatonic River Commission for the Town of Cornwall and on the board of the Cornwall Foundation; member and former president of the Angler’s Club of New York; retired in 2012 from a 40-year legal career in private practice in New York City and as Chief Legal Officer for the Church Pension Fund serving the Episcopal Church worldwide; former board member and president of the Cornwall Library, former board member and president of the Williams Club of New York and former trustee and chair of the board of Grace Church School, New York; resides with his wife Debby in Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut.
James H. Maloney, JD
Serves as President and CEO of the Connecticut Institute For Communities, Inc. (CIFC), a regional non-profit community development organization that sponsors a portfolio of human service, health, education, housing, and economic development programs and projects; represented Connecticut’s Fifth Congressional District for three terms in the U.S. House of Representatives (1997-2003); served eight years in the Connecticut State Senate (1987-1995); currently serves also as Board Chair of the Community Health Center Association of Connecticut, Inc. (CHCACT), the alliance of Community Health Centers in Connecticut, and as member of Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy’s “Non-Profit Cabinet on Health and Human Services,” the Governor’s senior advisory panel on non-profit issues; and previously served on many other nonprofit and public boards and commissions, including the Danbury Commission for the Elderly, the Board of Directors of Danbury Hospital, and Executive Director of a regional anti-poverty agency; and from 1980-1997 engaged in the private practice of law (concentrating in real estate and administrative/regulatory law); resides in Danbury, Connecticut with his wife, Mary, and two of their three daughters (his eldest daughter is married and practices law in New York City).
Graduate of Kent State University; former Design Director of Ellen Tracy (under her guidance, Ellen Tracy evolved into a leading fashion icon offering designer sportswear, dresses, accessories, fragrances and a collection of home furnishings); author of Absolutely Delicious, published by Random House in 1994 (a handwritten collection of her favorite recipes, illustrated with her own watercolor paintings); an avid gardener and former board member of The Garden Conservancy (continues to participate in their annual Open Days program); recently partnered with New York Restoration Project to design and help implement the 111th Street Community Garden; serves on the board of the American Ballet Theatre, New York Restoration Project, Steep Rock Association, The Shakespeare Society and Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust.
Christine Baranski achieves acclaim for performances in film, television and theater; the two-time Tony Award, Emmy Award, Screen Actors Guild Award and American Comedy Award winner’s feature film credits include “Mama Mia,” “Chicago,” “How The Grinch Stole Christmas,” “Bowfinger,” “Bulworth,” “Cruel Intentions,” “Jeffrey,” “Reversal of Fortune,” “The Ref,” “9 1⁄2 Weeks,” and “The Birdcage” (for which she received a Screen Actors Guild Award), and recently was in “Into The Woods”; a graduate of Juilliard, she received her big break when she was cast in Tom Stoppard’s comedy “The Real Thing,” directed by Mike Nichols; within the same year, she was married, gave birth to her first child and won a Tony Award and Drama Desk Award; then earned a second Tony Award for her performance in Neil Simon’s “Rumors” and a Drama Desk Award for “Lips Together, Teeth Apart”; her last Broadway performance was in “Boeing, Boeing”; received an Emmy Award for her role in the CBS television comedy “Cybill,” an American Comedy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy, a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy, two Golden Globe Award nominations and 11 additional Emmy nominations, five of which were for her role on “The Good Wife” and two for her role in “The Big Bang Theory”; She is a native of Buffalo, N.Y., has two children and lives in Connecticut.
Former Partner and Advisory Director at Goldman, Sachs & Co. serving as the firm's principal liaison and consultant with retailers around the world; served as Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of the New York State Nature Conservancy, the Governing Council of the Wilderness Society and the President's Council of the World Wildlife Fund; serves on the board of RARE (a non-profit organization specializing in environmental conservation and sustainable economic development in developing countries); formerly on the boards of Coach, Inc. and Waterworks, Inc.; author of Ahead of the Curve: A Commonsense Guide to Forecasting Business and Market Cycles (2005, Harvard Business School Press) and Birds in Wood and Paint: American Miniature Bird Carvings and Their Carvers, 1900-1970 (2009, University Press of New England); he and his wife Barbara have created an alternative energy efficient guest home on their Cornwall, Connecticut property.
Formerly a financial planner and advisor with Personal Capital Management in New York; 25 years as a partner in the commercial printing industry; serves as board member of Housatonic Audubon Society and os a trustee of Salisbury Association; served 20 years as board member of Salisbury Association Land Trust, 15 years as co-chairman; graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with degrees in Industrial Management and Printing Management; graduate work in business administration at Duquesne University; certification from New York University in Financial Planning; resides in New York and Salisbury
Practiced corporate law for 35 years with a New York law firm and several large corporations, primarily in the engineering and construction and forest products industries; retired as Vice President and General Counsel of Bowater Incorporated, a major manufacturer of newsprint and other papers; former member of The Trust for Public Land's New England Advisory Council and first Chair of its Connecticut Advisory Board; former member of the University of Virginia Law School Advisory Council, the Connecticut Community Foundation and the boards of Litchfield Performing Arts and the Washington Environmental Council; resides with his wife Betsy in Washington, Connecticut.
Graduate of Canterbury School, New Milford and Columbia University; formerly with numerous different Wall Street firms; long-time fly fisher and canoist in the Housatonic; affiliated with Housatonic Fly Fishers, Atlantic Salmon Federation, Trout Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited; resides with his wife Martha Wendt in Lakeville, Connecticut.
Owner of Prindle Insurance Agency; chairman of the Sharon Planning and Zoning Commission; member of Sharon Historical Society, Salisbury Visiting Nurses Association, Sharon Fire Department, Sharon Lions Club, Reading Buddy Program/SCS, American Legion Post 126, Taghhannuck Grange #100, Troop 24 Boy Scout Committee Chair; Lives with his wife Amy Schuchat in Sharon, Connecticut.
Evan van Hook
Evan van Hook has been corporate VP for health, safety, environment, product stewardship and sustainability for Honeywell International since 2004. From 2005 to 2015 he was adjunct professor of International Environmental Law at Columbia Law School in NYC. Hs is an occasional guest lecturer at the United Nations Institute for Training and Research. He is a graduate of Yale Law School, a former partner in the global law firm of Sidley & Austin, and a member of the Board of Managers of National Technology and Engineering Solutions of Sandia, LLC. He is also on the advisory board of the Hudson Riverkeeper and chair of the Conservation Advisory Committee for Dover. From 2002 until 2004 he served as assistant commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and has published numerous environmental articles. He is also a 2012 recipient of the Honeywell Senior Leadership Award, the company’s highest honor.
Allan L. Frew
Diane von Furstenberg
Dr. Christopher Kukk
Steven J. Whitman
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The following will remain forever in our hearts.
*We lost Marc in the Spring of 2012.
**We lost Einar in January 2016.
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We lost Ellen Rosenberg in May 2016.