Miriam Pappo is the former Director of Clinical Nutrition at Montefiore Medical Center. She is an expert in general nutrition and consumer health, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, geriatrics, weight loss and healthy cooking.
Elise Walton is a consultant and advisor specializing in corporate governance, strategic organization design, change management and executive leadership. She has taught in the executive MBA programs of Columbia University, the NYU Stern School and the Yale School of Management.
Dan Gerardi is a retired educator and the former Superintendent of Schools of Caldwell-West Caldwell, New Jersey. He has been a Rotarian for twenty-four years, the past president of two local Rotary Clubs, and was recognized twice as a Paul Harris Fellow.
Richard Reuter holds leadership positions in several local service organizations, including the American Legion Post 52 and Friends of the Scarsdale Parks. He is a past president of the Scarsdale Rotary Club and has received the Paul Harris Service Award twice.
Jeannie Rosenthal is a community organizer and the founder of Let’s Get Ready, a college access nonprofit that has mobilized college students to help more than 60,000 low-income high school students get into and through college. She was the lead developer of Half the Sky Movement, a project mobilizing communities around the rights of women and girls.
Robert Zohn is the founder of Value Electronics in Scarsdale Village. He has been an active member of the Scarsdale Rotary Club for eleven years and has served as its president.
Dr. Howard Chavis, an Albert Einstein College of Medicine graduate, is a board-certified psychiatrist who treats the entire age spectrum. His unique therapy working with literally “the whole person,” is more profound and effective than a psychological, intellectual approach and allows him to minimize or totally avoid prescribing medication. He has been a Scarsdale resident for 10 years.