The Board of Trustees, President Louise H. Feroe & Dinner Chairman

The Board of Trustees,
President Louise H. Feroe
Liza Minnelli began performing at the age of three and hasn’t stopped since.
She has won virtually every entertainment award possible. Born on March
12, 1946, in Los Angeles, California to the actress-singer Judy Garland and
film director Vincente Minnelli, she began her own career in 1949 costarring with her mother in the movie “In the Good Old Summertime.”
Dinner Chairman
Dr. Harris B. Stratyner ‘77, HD ‘05
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Cordially invite you to the
She landed the lead role at 19 in Broadway’s “Flora, the
Red Menace” for which she won a Tony. Liza later
starred in several films including “The Sterile Cuckoo.”
She played Sally Bowles in “Cabaret,” which won eight
Oscars including Best Actress for Liza who also earned a
Golden Globe and a British Film Academy Award for
the role. Her televised concert “Liza with a ‘Z” earned
her an Emmy. She appeared opposite Robert DeNiro in
Scorsese’s “New York, New York” in 1977. Liza co-starred with Dudley
Moore in the movie “Arthur” in 1981 and seven years later in its sequel.
She received her second Golden Globe for her role in the made-for-TV movie
“A Time to Live” and in 1989, she produced an album with Britain’s Pet
Shop Boys. Liza took over for Julie Andrews in “Victor/Victoria” in 1977
and two years later returned to Broadway to pay tribute to her father in
“Minnelli on Minnelli.” Liza was more recently seen as the hilarious Lucille
on TV’s “Arrested Development” and as a wacky sex therapist in the film
“The OH in Ohio.” Liza also received rave reviews for her guest
performance on TV’s “Law and Order--Criminal Intent.”
Liza continues her celebrated music and film career with upcoming concert
tours and screen projects. She continues to participate in charities for such
causes as AIDS research and children’s programs.
Liza Minnelli
Award Winning Artist & Entertainer
Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Mandarin Oriental
80 Columbus Circle at 60th Street
New York City
Soledad O Brien
Mistress of Ceremonies
Anchor, CNN’s American Morning
Cocktails 6:00 pm
Dinner 7:00 pm
trustees’ dinner celebrates Mercy College’s steadfast dedication
Tto heits annual
mission of providing access to higher education to a broad range of
students who are not generally given this opportunity by other four-year
colleges. With campuses in the Bronx, Manhattan, and Westchester, Mercy
educates learners to think critically and gain skills to prepare them for today’s
job market. This celebration is also a significant fundraiser for Mercy College
scholarship funds that sustain and extend this access.
Nationally recognized as a leader in providing access to education to
underserved populations, and with 90 percent of Mercy’s students eligible for
financial assistance, your partnership with Mercy makes an impact in setting
the stage for the success of our students.
Board of Trustees of Mercy College
Richard E. French, Jr. Chairman
WRNN TV Associates
Joseph P. Carlucci, Vice Chairman
Cuddy & Feder LLP
Millie Hernandez Becker
Landmark Aviation
Gary W. Brown
CIBC World Markets Corp.
Pasquale J. D'Amuro, HD’ 05
Giuliani Security and Safety, LLC
Louise H. Feroe, Ex-Officio
Mercy College
Joseph Gantz
Pine Brook Road Partners, LLC
Bruce J. Haber
BJH Management, LLC
Vicki P. Haupt
Haupt & Co.
David B. Jones
Deloitte & Touche, LLP
Fernando Mateo
Hispanics Across America &
NYS Federation of Taxi Drivers
Harris B. Stratyner, ‘77, HD ‘05
Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
Donald J. Matthews
Trustees Emeriti
James M. McCormick
First Manhattan Consulting
Group, Inc.
Charles E.F. Millard
BP Direct Securities, LLC
William M. Mooney, III
Plunkett & Jaffe Group of
McKenna Long & Aldridge, LLP
Raymund A. Paredes
Texas Higher Education
Coordinating Board
Shirley R. Pippins
Suffolk County Community
Walter Anderson, ’72, HD ’89
Parade Publications
David T. Diamond, HD ’94
Rosenberg-Diamond Development
Edward B. Dunn, HD ‘06
Morgan Stanley
Sarita Dizik Gantz
Civic Leader
Francis G. Ronnenberg
Westchester Transportation
Management Organization
Andrea E. Randolph
MBIA Insurance Corporation
Richard A. Rosenblatt
Rosenblatt Securities, Inc.
Otto E. Roethenmund
Inter-Nation Capital
Management Corp.
Russell L. Weiss, HD ’81
Norstar Bank of Commerce
26th Annual Trustees’ Dinner
March 27, 2007
Mandarin Oriental, New York
£ Mercy College faculty and staff may purchase
tickets for a discounted rate of $195 each.
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For further information please call (914) 674-7414.
Please make check payable to: Mercy College Trustees’s Dinner.