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The American Museum of Natural History
The American Museum of Natural History
Left group, row 1 (seated): Anne Sidamon-Eristoff; Kenneth Wallach, CEO, Central National--Gottesman; Irma Milstein; Steven Denning (in chair), chairman, General Atlantic; Lewis Bernard (on bench), chairman, American Museum of Natural History, and former CFO, Morgan Stanley Row 2: Nancy Fessenden; Edwin Morgens, chairman, Morgens Waterfall Vintiadis; David Koch, executive vice president, Koch Industries; Walter Shipley, retired chairman, Chase Manhattan Row 3: Valerie Peltier, managing director, Tishman Speyer; Alan Rappaport, vice chairman, Roundtable Investment Partners Row 4: Vivian Donnelley, senior admissions associate, Dalton School; Linda Macaulay; Judy Weston Row 5: Robert Zimmerman, representative for ex officio trustee Christine Quinn; Richard Robinson, CEO, Scholastic. Right group, row 1: (seated) Louis Gerstner Jr., retired CEO, IBM; Tom Brokaw, special correspondent, NBC; Ilene Sackler Lefcourt, director, Sackler Lefcourt Center for Child Development; Robert Goelet, chairman, GXG Management Row 2: Ellen Futter, president, American Museum of Natural History; Shelly Lazarus, chairman, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide; David Gottesman, managing founder, First Manhattan; Richard Jaffe, managing director, Stifel Nicolaus Row 3: Roberto Mignone, founder and president, Bridger Capital; Charles Mott, managing director, John W. Bristol & Co.; Frank Sica, managing partner, Tailwind Capital Row 4: Sibyl Golden; Helene Kaplan, attorney, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom; Virginia Hearst Randt, director, Hearst Corp. Row 5: Mary Solomon; Theodore Roosevelt IV, managing director, Barclays Capital
Known for its towering dinosaur skeletons and life-size blue whale, the American Museum of Natural History also boasts an all-star board, stacked with current and former titans of industry from companies such as IBM, Ogilvy & Mather, and Morgan Stanley.

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