Board of Directors


  • Micky Landis
    New Brunswick Tomorrow
  • Gail Ruderman
    Executive Director, "Bringing the Outside World Inside" Foundation

Advisory Committee

  • Susan Imke, FNP,GNP-C
    Senior Health Solutions
    Kane Hall Barry Neurology, Bedford TX
  • The Hon. Carolyn B. Maloney
    Representative (D-NY)
    Founder and Chair
    The Congressional Working Group On Parkinson's Disease
  • Jeffrey Wertheimer, Ph.D
    Clinical Neuropsychlogist
    Head of Neuropsychology Services and Clinical Training Director,Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles

Helen Gurley Brown, Advisory Board Member

Helen Gurley Brown's career includes landmark achievements in advertising and publishing.  She was considered a spokesperson for the women’s liberation movement and sexual revolution in the mid-twentieth century as author of the book Sex and the Single Girl (1962) and editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine.

In l985, Brown established the Helen Gurley Brown Research Professorship in magazine publishing at Northwestern University in Chicago, in l988, she was inducted into the Publisher’s Hall of Fame; in l995, she received the Henry Johnson Fisher Award from the Magazine Publishers of America; and in l996, she was named to the American Society of Magazine Editors’ Hall of Fame.  She resigned as editor-in-chief at Cosmopolitan in l996, remaining at the helm of its international editions.  She and her husband, David Brown, movie producer of such films as The Sting, Jaws, Cocoon and Driving Miss Daisy,  reside in New York City.