Alice Herman and Arthur Rubinstein
Alice Herman held numerous positions at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, including Corporate Secretary and Director General Services. After moving to the not-for-profit sector, she served as Executive Director of several organizations, including Celebrate 350, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting the nationwide observance of the 350th anniversary of Jewish Life in America. Alice has a BA Sociology from Douglass College/ Rutgers University and an MPA from Baruch College ‘75. Arthur Rubinstein is founder, owner and CEO of Skyline Steel Corporation. The company does miscellaneous metals work for major construction projects in New York City. Arthur is actively involved in various volunteer activities, including president of his Manhattan co-op board, board member of construction industry trade associations, as well as Mosholu-Montefiore Community Center in The Bronx. He is also past president of several not-for-profits. He has a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Columbia University. Arthur and Alice are strong believers in the importance of education. They eagerly support Baruch’s School of Public and International Affairs in its promotion of well-educated, caring and compassionate leadership in today’s public and not-for-profit sectors.
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