Board of Directors Meet Our Dedicated Staff and Board of Trustees Andrew Bustillo Retired President, BMS Intermediaries Ariana DeBose Actor April Hunziker, M.D. Psychiatrist, CHI Franciscan Health Audra A. McDonald Actor Bill Livek CEO, Comscore Brian M. Cashman Senior Vice President/General Manager, New York Yankees Capathia Y. Jenkins Actor David Acker Former President and CEO, Sleepy's the Mattress Professionals David A. Eklund Founder, Aeolus Re David Hegarty Former President and COO, Diversified Healthcare Trust Denis Coleman CFO, The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. L. Edward Shaw Jr., Esq. Retired Attorney, Former General Counsel, Chase Manhattan Bank and Aetna Inc. Eric Hutcherson Executive Vice President and Chief People and Inclusion Officer, Universal Music Group Ernado Jason Villanueva Sr. Senior Project Manager, Rolst Construction Corp. Hannah A. Collier MBA, PMP, CSM, Program Manager, PECO Pallet Inc. Janet M. Keating Trustee, The Valerie Fund John Dickerson Chief Political Analyst and Senior National Correspondent, CBS Jon S. Corzine Founder, CEO, and CIO, JDC-JSC Opportunity Fund Kenneth W. Willman Co-Founder, Needle Productions LLC Lauren Aguiar Partner, Skadden Mark Dodds Global Technology Executive Mark J. Hennessy Former Vice President, IBM Merrian Brooks, D.O., M.S. Pediatrician/Adolescent Medicine Specialist, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Mary Sullivan Former Trustee, Tracy Family Foundation Nannette Hendel Director of Philanthropy, Adams Family Foundation Philip J. Andryc, Board Chair Former Partner, Berens Capital Management Rachel Brosnahan Actor Rah Thomas Managing Director, Accenture Technology Practice Roland V. Anglin, Ph.D. Dean, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University Stephanie Asbury Senior Vice President, Global Talent Management, Delta Air Lines Strauss Zelnick Chairman and CEO, Take-Two Interactive Software Tracy Jones-Walker Senior Associate, Investment Banking Vivian Scott Chew Founder and Principal, TimeZone International Close Andrew Bustillo Retired President, BMS Intermediaries Andrew Bustillo retired from BMS Intermediaries in 2020, after 36 years in the reinsurance industry. He had joined BMS as CEO in 2014. Previously, Andrew founded Red Bank Re in 2009, providing advisory and reinsurance services to a broad range of (re)insurance and program manager clients. Andrew has an MBA in finance and international business from NYU Stern School of Business and a bachelor's in Spanish and economics from Middlebury College. He is currently pursuing a master’s in theology from Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio.Andrew rejoined the Covenant House International board of directors in 2021, having previously served from 2009-2017. During his earlier tenure, Andrew served as chair of the board and chair of the finance committee for varying three-year periods. He has been a member of Covenant House’s Latin America development board since 2017. Andrew also serves on the boards of Paragon Holdings and Cabrillo Holdings, managing general agencies for commercial lines and personal lines, respectively. Andrew and his family founded the PACT Foundation (Partnership Against Human Trafficking) in 2020. Ariana DeBose Actor Ariana DeBose is a stage and film actor with starring roles in Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” (film), Ryan Murphy's “The Prom” (Netflix), and on Broadway in “Hamilton,” “A Bronx Tale,” and “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical.” Ariana received an Oscar for best actress in a supporting role for "West Side Story." She was nominated for a Tony and won the Chita Rivera Award for outstanding female dancer in a Broadway show for her role in “Summer.” And she was part of the original cast, alongside Lin-Manuel Miranda, of both the Broadway and off-Broadway productions of “Hamilton.” In 2017, Ariana participated in her first Covenant House Sleep Out. “That night, I fell in love with the young people of Covenant House and the angelic superheroes who keep their doors open. I'm so proud to serve on this board and do my part in this movement in solidarity with young people facing homelessness in the United States and worldwide." April Hunziker, M.D. Psychiatrist, CHI Franciscan Health Dr. April Hunziker is a consulting psychiatrist specializing in medically complex, hospitalized patients at six hospitals in the Seattle area. As a youth, in Anchorage, Alaska, April experienced homelessness. She became a resident of Covenant House at age 13. April graduated high school through a partnership between Covenant House and the University of Alaska. She went on to graduate from the University of Washington with a bachelor's in microbiology and was awarded a research fellowship in emerging infectious diseases by the Centers for Disease Control. April earned her medical degree from the University of Washington, with a clinical focus on the vulnerable and underserved. She was selected to continue her postgraduate specialty training there in psychiatry and neurology, completing this in 2019 with distinction in perinatal psychiatry and community leadership. April is a proud and grateful alumna of Covenant House, who has twice been the keynote speaker at the Covenant House Alaska Fire & Ice Ball. Her home is in West Seattle, Washington, with her daughter, Ruby, and her adult son, Casey. Audra A. McDonald Actor Audra McDonald trained in classical voice at The Juilliard School and has headlined in productions such as “Carousel,” “Ragtime,” “A Raisin in the Sun,” “110 in the Shade,” “Twelfth Night,” “Porgy and Bess,” and “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill.” She is one of the most honored actors of her generation and an entertainment legend. Having earned a record six Tony Awards thus far in her career, she remains one of the highest-regarded and busiest women in show business. Audra resides in Westchester County with her husband, Will Swenson, and their children. “The more I’ve learned about what Covenant House is doing for youth facing homelessness all over the country and around the world, the more excited I’ve become to be part of this powerful movement on their behalf,” Audra says. She joined the Covenant House International board of directors in the fall of 2014. Bill Livek CEO, Comscore Bill Livek has been in the business of measuring consumer behavior for almost four decades. As the chief executive officer and executive vice chairman for Comscore, Bill’s passion for the media, marketing, and entertainment industries spurs him to be a driving force for innovation in consumer and audience measurement. Prior to joining Comscore, Bill served as vice chairman and CEO at Rentrak, co-president of Experian Research Services, co-chair/co-owner of Simmons Market Research Bureau, co-founder of Transactional Data Solutions (an LLC with MasterCard), and vice president of sales/marketing for Arbitron. He was a principal shareholder in Birch Research, which was later integrated into Scarborough Research, where he served as president and CEO. Bill is a member of the board of trustees for the Advertising Research Foundation and a frequent speaker at advertising industry events. He is a graduate of Southern Illinois University with a degree in media from the College of Communications. Brian M. Cashman Senior Vice President/General Manager, New York Yankees Brian Cashman started with the New York Yankees organization in 1986 as a 19-year-old intern. In 1998, he became the Yankees’ senior vice president and general manager, the second-youngest general manager in baseball history. An innovative leader, Brian has executed some of the major reorganizations and trades that have brought such prestige to the Yankees franchise. He has been honored as Executive of the Year four times and has received many other awards in the sports and business worlds for his acumen and leadership skills. Brian is committed to growing the Yankees brand and has promoted baseball worldwide, including in Tokyo, Beijing, and Hong Kong. A native New Yorker who grew up in Kentucky, Brian attended Catholic University, where he played intercollegiate baseball and solidified his love of the game. He is a recipient of Covenant House’s Beacon of Hope Award and was elected to the Covenant House International board of directors in 2011. Philanthropy and community involvement continue to play a large role in his life. Capathia Y. Jenkins Actor Capathia Jenkins has traveled to many of the U.S. Covenant House sites as well as to sites in Canada and Mexico. She has participated in numerous Covenant House galas, helping to raise funds and awareness for young people facing homelessness. Capathia has been a member of the Stage & Screen Sleepout committee and helped raise over $1 million.Capathia’s Broadway credits include "Newsies"; "Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me"; "Caroline, or Change"; "The Look of Love"; and "The Civil War." Additional stage credits include "Love, Loss, and What I Wore"; "(mis)Understanding Mammy: The Hattie McDaniel Story" (Drama Desk nomination); "Godspell"; and "The Colored Museum" (Huntington Theatre Company). Capathia’s television and film credits include "The Wiz Live!," "30 Rock," "The Practice," "Law & Order," "The Sopranos," "Third Watch," "Law & Order: SVU," "Top Five," and "Musical Chairs." Capathia has appeared as a soloist with many symphony orchestras in the U.S. and abroad and is featured on the soundtracks for "Smash" (seasons 1 and 2), "Nine," "Chicago," "Mission to Mars," and "Legally Blonde 2." David Acker Former President and CEO, Sleepy's the Mattress Professionals David Acker is former president and CEO of Sleepy's, the Mattress Professionals. Under David's leadership, Sleepy's grew to over 1,000 locations to become the country's largest specialty mattress retailer. Among David's accomplishments, the most significant was the close-knit community of 3,300+ employees of the Sleepy's family. David and his family sold the business in 2016. Today, he oversees the Acker Family Office, leading its commitment to give back to the community through the Acker Family Philanthropy Group. David and his sons manage their own bespoke investment group, Imagine Holdings LLC. The family serves as board members and supports organizations in three primary areas: health care, education, and child welfare. Supported organizations include Spence-Chapin Family Services, Covenant House International, Northside Center for Child Development, Student Leadership Network, SCOPE, and Northwell's Feinstein Institute. David resides on Long Island and New York City with his wife of over 35 years, Andrea. They have two sons and five grandchildren. The family loves spending time together outside, staying healthy and fit, music, theater, and traveling. David A. Eklund Founder, Aeolus Re David Eklund was elected to the Covenant House International board of directors in December 2014, shortly after being honored at our annual gala in June 2013. The chair of Aeolus Re Ltd. since 2006 and a founding partner of Aeolus Capital Management since 2011, David had previously served as president and chief underwriting officer of Renaissance Re until 2004 and was part of the original founding management team in 1993. His career in reinsurance began in 1983, following his graduation from the College of William and Mary a year earlier. David has been deeply involved with Covenant House events and other charitable causes, including the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, William and Mary, Duke University, Illinois State University, and Davidson College, and has served on other boards as well. He and his wife, Jeanine, have four children and live in Florida. David Hegarty Former President and COO, Diversified Healthcare Trust David Hegarty served as president and chief operating officer of Diversified Healthcare Trust from its inception in 1999 to his retirement in 2018. Diversified Healthcare Trust is one of the largest publicly traded real estate investment trusts specializing in investing in senior housing and medical-related real estate in the United States. David has also served in several executive officer positions for The RMR Group and its predecessors from 1986 to 2018. The RMR Group is a publicly traded alternative asset management company that oversees $30 billion of office, industrial, health care, and hospitality real estate and investments. David is a certified public accountant, formerly with Ernst & Young, and is involved in several professional organizations and nonprofit boards. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Denis Coleman CFO, The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Denis Coleman is the chief financial officer of The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Denis joined Goldman Sachs in 1996 and became a vice president in 2001, managing director in 2005, and partner in 2008. In joining the Covenant House International board of directors in 2018, Denis remarked, “What a privilege it is to serve an organization like Covenant House, which is committed to positively impacting the lives of so many vulnerable children across the globe.” L. Edward Shaw Jr., Esq. Retired Attorney, Former General Counsel, Chase Manhattan Bank and Aetna Inc. Ed Shaw has been a loyal member of the Covenant House International board of directors for over three decades. He was most recently reelected in November 2012, after a period during which he served as advisor to the president and board when his term ended in 2011. Ed had previously served on the Covenant House board for 11 years, from 1988 to 1999, including three years as chair. A graduate of Georgetown University and Yale Law School, Ed began his career at a major New York law firm, where he was a partner specializing in international and corporate transactions. Subsequently, he held senior legal and executive roles at various institutions, including Chase Manhattan Bank and Aetna, and served as special counsel to the board of directors of the New York Stock Exchange. Ed emphasized high ethical standards and fairness throughout his career. He also has served on corporate and not-for-profit boards, including the Legal Aid Society and the Board of Regents of Georgetown University. Eric Hutcherson Executive Vice President and Chief People and Inclusion Officer, Universal Music Group Eric Hutcherson is a leading industry expert in building talent, fostering inclusion, and amplifying culture. In September 2020, Eric joined Universal Music Group as executive vice president and chief people and inclusion officer, a newly created position that works across UMG’s record labels, publishing division, and operating companies worldwide. Eric works closely with the senior management team to align UMG’s talent functions; globally amplify the company’s entrepreneurial-based culture; accelerate diversity and inclusion across all levels and territories; attract, retain and develop talent; accelerate the company’s social justice initiatives; and build on the company’s success of driving innovation by recruiting employees who bring new ideas, perspectives, and skill sets.Previously, Eric worked with the National Basketball Association, where he drove a global workforce strategy built on attracting, retaining, developing, and engaging top talent for the NBA and its affiliates. Eric holds a bachelor's degree in political science from New York University and a master's in sports management and administration from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Eric lives in California with his wife and two sons. Ernado Jason Villanueva Sr. Senior Project Manager, Rolst Construction Corp. Ernado Jason Villanueva Sr. is a Senior Project Manager at Rolst Construction Corp. and Covenant House International board member. Hannah A. Collier MBA, PMP, CSM, Program Manager, PECO Pallet Inc. Hannah Collier has been active in the field of business and technology for over 20 years, focusing on management information systems, SaaS cloud, project management, and organizational management. Hannah has volunteered for organizations such as United Way VIP, Hands on Atlanta, Black Girls Code, Women Who Code, Project Management Institute, PMI Educational Foundation, and ISACA International. She has more than seven years' experience as a communications adjunct professor in the arts and humanities department for students throughout Georgia State University campuses. Hannah currently serves as program manager at PECO Pallet and has worked in local government and Fortune 500 companies. Janet M. Keating Trustee, The Valerie Fund Janet M. Keating joined the Covenant House International board of directors in November 2006. She has served on The Valerie Fund board of trustees since 1990, including as its chair for eight years. Janet also serves on the board of trustees of the Trinity Pawling School in Pawling, New York. A native of New Jersey, Janet has an extensive background in board work and facilitation, as well as public speaking. In June 2014, Janet, along with fellow Covenant House board member Mark Hennessy, was honored by the board at our annual gala, “A Night of Broadway Stars.” After serving nine years on the Covenant House International board, and having a year’s respite, Janet was re-elected to the board in December 2016. John Dickerson Chief Political Analyst and Senior National Correspondent, CBS John Dickerson is anchor of "CBS News Prime Time," CBS News chief political analyst and senior national correspondent, and a contributor to “CBS Sunday Morning.” He also has been a contributor to “60 Minutes,” anchored "Face the Nation," co-anchored "CBS This Morning," and served as CBS News chief Washington correspondent. John is a contributor to Slate’s “Political Gabfest” podcast, host of "Whistlestop" podcast, and a contributing writer to The Atlantic. He has authored three books, including the 2021 national best seller “The Hardest Job in the World: The American Presidency.” John joined CBS News in 2009 as an analyst and contributor. For six years he was the network’s political director and during the 2016 presidential campaign, he moderated CBS News’ two presidential debates. John graduated with distinction from the University of Virginia with a bachelor’s degree in English and a specialty in American studies. He joined the Covenant House International board of directors in 2018. Jon S. Corzine Founder, CEO, and CIO, JDC-JSC Opportunity Fund Jon S. Corzine is the founder, chief executive officer, and chief investment officer of the JDC-JSC Opportunity Fund, a global macro hedge fund. He also manages his family office's philanthropic activities. Jon served as the senior partner of Goldman Sachs from 1994-1999 and as chairman of MF Global from 2010-2011. Jon served the state of New Jersey as a U.S. senator from 2001-2006 and as governor from 2006-2010. As senator, Jon served on the Banking, Intelligence, Foreign Relations, and Budget committees. As governor, he implemented policies for children's health, welfare, and education. He also worked to reform the criminal justice system and upgrade the state’s infrastructure.Jon was born in Taylorville, Illinois. He received a bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois in 1969, graduating Phi Beta Kappa, and earned his MBA from the University of Chicago. Jon served in the U.S. Marine Corps (R). Jon is married and lives in Manhattan. He has two surviving children and five grandchildren. Kenneth W. Willman Co-Founder, Needle Productions LLC Ken Willman joined the Covenant House International board in June 2020 after serving, since 2003, on the Covenant House New York board. Ken is the former chief legal officer of Russell Investments, where he was responsible for the compliance, government and community relations, internal audit, legal, and risk management departments. Prior to Russell Investments, Ken spent 16 years with Goldman Sachs in London and Hong Kong, including as general counsel of the Investment Banking Division and general counsel of Asia-Ex Japan. Ken clerked for U.S. District Judge James L. Latchum before practicing with Sullivan & Cromwell in New York and Tokyo.Ken serves on the boards of several early stage companies as well as those of The 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle and the University of Puget Sound, where he studied economics and, also, politics and government. Ken and his wife, Rosemary, have become increasingly involved in commercial and nonprofit theatre in New York, London, Seattle, and elsewhere. They have three young adult children and split their time between New York and Seattle. Lauren Aguiar Partner, Skadden Lauren Aguiar, elected to the board of Covenant House International in 2012, is a litigation partner at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. She represents U.S. and international clients in a broad range of complex civil litigation matters in both federal and state court, including intellectual property disputes, breach of contract and fiduciary duty litigation, joint venture and partnership disputes, and shareholder class actions. Throughout her career, Lauren has been involved in numerous high-profile trials across the country. She serves on the board of directors and the executive committee of New York Lawyers for the Public Interest and is the chair of the Skadden Foundation. Lauren lives in Harlem with her son. яндекс Mark Dodds Global Technology Executive Mark Dodds is a global technology executive. Mark spent 23 years at Cisco, most recently, as senior vice president of global services and software sales. Mark and his team were responsible for accelerating Cisco’s transformation to recurring revenue. Previously, Mark led the Americas Global Enterprise Segment, Cisco’s largest sales theater, where he oversaw the company’s engagement with 500 of its largest and most strategic clients, representing $10 billion in annual revenue.Mark is well known for his ability to build and inspire teams and is a champion for driving diverse, inclusive, and positive environments. Prior to joining Cisco, Mark held marketing and sales leadership positions at IBM and SCANA Corporation. Passionate about giving back, Mark currently serves on the board of directors of Covenant House International and the marketing advisory board for Clemson University’s College of Business, and has served on various boards and committees in support of the American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, and Boys & Girls Clubs. Mark graduated summa cum laude from Clemson University. Mark J. Hennessy Former Vice President, IBM Mark Hennessy recently retired as an IBM vice president responsible for all aspects of IBM's North America business in the retail, consumer products, and travel and transportation industries. He was previously a general manager of IBM Global Business Partners, as well as vice president and chief information officer for IBM. Throughout his career, Mark has held diverse general management positions with responsibility for North America, Asia, and global business units. A graduate of Boston College, Mark earned a B.A. in economics in 1980. He then earned an MBA from the University of Chicago in 1990. Mark was instrumental in establishing our Covenant House site in Chicago and is serving as the first chair of the board of directors. Mark and his wife, Tracey, have two children and split their time between Chicago and Florida. Merrian Brooks, D.O., M.S. Pediatrician/Adolescent Medicine Specialist, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Dr. Merrian Brooks is a pediatrician and adolescent medicine specialist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She was born in Virginia and raised all over the United States, moving with her father, who was in the military, and her mother and brother. She attended the University of Pittsburgh as an undergraduate, with majors in neuroscience and the history and philosophy of science. Merrian later received a master’s degree with a focus on clinical science. She went to medical school at Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, where, as a senior medical student, she was selected to serve as a primary care teaching fellow. She mentored her first students there, and, today, continues to mentor undergraduate and medical students.Merrian is a board-certified pediatrician and adolescent medicine physician. She has provided primary medical care to young people at Covenant House Pennsylvania and Covenant House New Jersey. Merrian is profoundly interested in improving the health and well-being of adolescents in low- and middle-income countries and underserved youth in the United States. Mary Sullivan Former Trustee, Tracy Family Foundation Mary Sullivan has been involved with Covenant House since she joined our Faith Community in 1990. She worked in our shelter in Toronto, Canada, before serving as the ombudsman at the New York crisis shelter. She remained an engaged Covenant House Faith Community alumna while she and her husband, Jay, raised their four children in Pleasantville, New York. Mary has served on the board of directors of Dot Foods, Inc., an international food redistribution company, and as trustee for the Tracy Family Foundation. Currently, she serves on the board of trustees for the Dominican Academy in New York City. Mary served on the Covenant House New York board of directors for six years and joined the Covenant House International board in 2017. Nannette Hendel Director of Philanthropy, Adams Family Foundation Nannette Hendel serves as the director of philanthropy for the Adams Family Foundation. Nannette dedicates her time and attention to various nonprofit organizations around the world. Covenant House has held a special place in her heart, and her commitment to combating youth homelessness is inspired by family history. Nannette's grandfather experienced homelessness at 14, but with the help of others, he was able to go on to live a meaningful life as a husband, father, grandfather, and successful businessman. As an adult, he dedicated himself to giving back to young people facing homelessness, creating jobs and opportunities in his neighborhood. For many years he used one of his restaurants in Brooklyn to hold community-based holiday parties for underprivileged youth.Nannette graduated from St. John’s University with a degree in psychology. She worked in human resources at Dreyfus Service Corporation. After moving to Connecticut, Nannette concentrated her efforts on raising her family, volunteering, and fundraising for various nonprofit organizations. She currently lives in Cheshire, Connecticut, with her husband, Greg, and has two children. Philip J. Andryc, Board Chair Former Partner, Berens Capital Management Philip Andryc joined the board of directors of Covenant House International in May 2011, having previously been a member and chair of the Covenant House New York board of directors. Philip spent more than 20 years at Morgan Stanley, where he served in various capacities, and later retired from Berens Capital Management. Philip received an A.B. degree from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Harvard University. He has three grown children and lives with his spouse, Linda, in Connecticut. Rachel Brosnahan Actor Rachel Brosnahan is an award-winning actress and producer who currently stars as Miriam ‘Midge’ Maisel in the critically acclaimed Amazon series, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." Other notable film, television, and stage credits include "House of Cards," "Manhattan," "The Courier," "I’m Your Woman," "Patriot’s Day," "Louder Than Bombs," and "The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window," among many others. Rachel's production banner, Scrap Paper Pictures, has a first look with Amazon Studios Television. Rah Thomas Managing Director, Accenture Technology Practice Rah Thomas is managing director in Accenture’s Technology practice. Rah leads Accenture's CloudFirst campaign for northeast products and serves as the national lead for the Digital Workplace Practice. Over the past 20 years, Rah evolved his career in technology consulting. He started as a help desk technician in a call center in Rhode Island and learned that the human experience needs to be at the center of technology. Rah continued to evolve his technical acumen while simplifying problems in common language in order to empower enterprise organizations and communities to embrace positive change. Rah joined the Covenant House International board of directors in 2023. He lives in New York with his wife and three children. Roland V. Anglin, Ph.D. Dean, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University Dr. Roland V. Anglin is dean of the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University. He is recognized for his scholarly and applied work in the area of economic and community development. Roland is a passionate advocate for public policy and community-based strategies that create social and economic opportunities for marginalized communities and people. Prior to his appointment as dean, Roland was senior advisor to the chancellor of Rutgers University-Newark and director of the Joseph C. Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies, an applied research institute at the university.Roland is the author or co-author of four books and several peer-reviewed articles. He sits on several public-, nonprofit-, and private-sector boards. Roland received his doctorate from the University of Chicago, an M.A. from Northwestern University, and a B.A. from Brooklyn College (City University of New York). Stephanie Asbury Senior Vice President, Global Talent Management, Delta Air Lines Stephanie Asbury is senior vice president of global talent for Delta Air Lines. Her responsibilities include leading the strategies that support Delta’s global organizational effectiveness, leadership development, talent acquisition, recognition, and unique culture. Stephanie has more than 15 years of human resources experience in talent management. At Delta, she serves as a member of the Corporate Diversity Council and the Human Trafficking Steering Committee. Prior to joining Delta, Stephanie held various human resources leadership roles at Bank of America. As a member of Bank of America’s retail banking leadership team, Stephanie provided strategic direction and leadership on associate satisfaction, organizational effectiveness, and talent management for more than 70,000 employees. Prior to joining Bank of America, Stephanie held various leadership roles at Coca-Cola, ultimately becoming the global director of talent management, supporting over 80,000 employees. As an active member of the Atlanta community, Stephanie has held board positions at several organizations, including the Atlanta Workforce Development Board. Stephanie has a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Indiana University. Strauss Zelnick Chairman and CEO, Take-Two Interactive Software Strauss Zelnick, a partner in ZMC since 2001, became chairman of Take-Two Interactive Software in March 2007 and chief executive officer in January 2011. Previously, Strauss was president and CEO of leading global music company BMG Entertainment. Before joining BMG, Strauss was president and CEO of Crystal Dynamics, a leading producer and distributor of interactive game software.Strauss also spent four years as president and chief operating officer of 20th Century Fox, where he managed all aspects of the worldwide motion picture production and distribution business.Strauss holds an MBA and a J.D. from Harvard University and a B.A. from Wesleyan University. He currently serves on the boards of directors of Starwood Property Trust and the Entertainment Software Association. He is the former chairman of CBS Corporation. Tracy Jones-Walker Senior Associate, Investment Banking Tracy Jones-Walker is a senior associate at a Wall Street investment bank in New York City. Born in Georgetown, Guyana, she came to the United States with her 8-month-old daughter. Prior to her tenure with her current company, Tracy held similar positions with Credit Suisse, SG Cowen Securities, Deutsche Bank, U.S. Clearing, and Bear Stearns.Tracy is an alumna of Covenant House’s Rights of Passage program. She joined the board of directors of Covenant House New York in 2004, where she served for two years. Tracy then joined the Covenant House International board, where she has served for more than 10 years. Tracy and her husband of over 25 years have three daughters and are the proud grandparents of two girls and one boy. They have invested in several homes in Brooklyn and, currently, reside in one of those homes, in East Flatbush. Vivian Scott Chew Founder and Principal, TimeZone International Vivian Scott Chew is undeniably a pioneering risk taker in every sense of the word. She stands as an innovative figure in the global music and entertainment industry with an accomplished history beginning with The American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) as the first female African American Membership Representative where she created the ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Awards. She went on to become an executive at Polygram Records (now the Universal Music Group) then moved onto various positions at Epic Records and 550 Music (both Sony Music affiliates). There, she signed and introduced the world to two-time Grammy Award winning, multi-platinum selling dancehall superstar, Shabba Ranks.Determined to set her own course, Vivian stepped into the world of entrepreneurship as Founder and Principal of TimeZone International - the first U.S. based African-American owned company that provides recording artists with international marketing and promotion services in expanded regions.Alongside her husband, Music Director and Producer, Ray Chew, Vivian is a Founding Partner of Chew Entertainment - a premiere event design firm. She and Ray are proud to have produced multiple installments of their star-studded sold out concert- “Night of Inspiration” at the famed Carnegie Hall.Vivian serves on the boards of the New Jersey Council on the Arts, Covenant House International, The Living Legends Foundation and was recently appointed to the board of the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, NJ. She also serves as an advisor to the Universal Hip Hop Museum. Vivian is the Co-Founder and President of The Power 2 Inspire Foundation, which was created with her husband to identify and nurture future music creators and industry leaders.