Vice Chair, Clinton Foundation
Educator & Author
Global Health Advocate | Women’s Rights & Civic Engagement Educator
As vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, Chelsea Clinton works alongside the Foundation’s leadership and partners to help create economic opportunity, improve public health, and inspire civic engagement and service across the United States and around the world. She also teaches at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and has written several books (including two New York Times bestsellers) promoting civic engagement for youth as well as a book on global health governance. Chelsea’s newest book The Book of Gutsy Women, co-authored with Hillary Clinton is set to launch on October 1, 2019.
John W. Golden Jr. and Gloria Kidd Golden
Service Philanthropists | Community Builders
John and Gloria Golden have dedicated themselves to serving the Hyde Park community through land donation and funding for landmark restoration projects; professional roles at local National Park Service sites and the FDR Presidential Library; and board membership and advocacy work on behalf of numerous civic and historical organizations and nonprofits, including: Northern Dutchess Hospital, Hudson River Housing, Winnakee Land Trust, FDR Educational Foundation, and the Roosevelt/Vanderbilt Historic Association. Mrs. Golden, whose father became a friend of Eleanor Roosevelt’s and presided over her funeral, also had the honor of spending a good deal of time in Mrs. Roosevelt’s company.
President & CEO, Celebrity Cruises
Gender Barriers Disruptor | Equity and Diversity Promoter
The first and only woman to lead one of Royal Caribbean’s cruise line brands, Lisa Lutoff-Perlo is also responsible for hiring the industry’s first American female captain of a cruise ship. A “smart disruptor,” she has received numerous awards for her contributions to promoting gender equality, diversity and inclusion—both in the workplace and through her work with the numerous regional, philanthropic and women’s organizations to which she lends her leadership.
Television Host & Media Commentator / Author
Founder, Women for Women International
Champion for Women War Survivors | Inspirational Global Journalist
Founder of Women for Women International, a grassroots humanitarian and development organization is dedicated to serving women survivors of wars, Zainab Salbi is the author of several books, including a national bestseller about escaping Saddam Hussain’s regime. Consistently identified as one of the leading women impacting the world, she has hosted television programs on contemporary issues from the female perspective on Yahoo! News and PBS and appears regularly as a commentator on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.