Women of Vision | Young At Art Museum

Women of Vision | 2020 Vision
Postponed to May 2020 | Date TBA
Young At Art Museum | 751 SW 121st Avenue Davie, Florida 33325

In the interest of being abundantly cautious and following CDCs recommendations Young At Art Museum is postponing our Women of Vision Luncheon on March 18th and will be rescheduling for a tentative date in May. Please stay tuned for more details and inform your guests of this postponement. Thank you for understanding and for your continued support of Young At Art Museum.

Luncheon Chair | Maya Ezratti  •  Red Attire  •  Gift Bags | Carillon Miami Wellness Resort  

2020 Honorees
Paulette Livingston
Senior Communications Specialist, FPL SolarNow

Civic Leader
Special Guest Speaker
Stephanie J.
Toothaker, Esq.

Camilla CEO
Special Guest Speaker

Camilla CEO

Proceeds Benefit YAA's Community Initiatives

ArtREACH, a free, afterschool art, literacy and academic enrichment program for homeless youth and teens, ages five-15, living in Broward emergency and transitional shelters, or in independent transitional housing; Girls N Power, a gender empowerment through art program for at-risk girls at the PACE Center Broward; YAA On The Go, is a traveling bus program, increasing access to visual arts experiences and education for children and families throughout Broward and South Florida; and YAA for ALL (access to lifelong learning) in partnership with University of Miami and Nova Southeastern Universities Center for Autism and related disabilities (CARD). Creating a welcoming environment with museum modifications and programs and events for children and adults with autism or other sensory integration sensitivities.

International Fashion Show

Nicole Shelley Inc presents an international fashion show of luxury garments during the 2020 Women of Vision Luncheon featuring:

Donna Leah Designs
and more
Music by Devialet

Attend & Become a Member

The Women Of Vision members share the goals of Young At Art Museum to create opportunities for children from all socio-economic levels which motivate learning, promote cultural tolerance and enrich their lives. Through their annual commitment, the Women of Vision help sustain YAA's programming and community initiatives.

For more information on becoming a sponsor,donating or getting involved email: Mirmelli@yaamuseum.org
or call (954) 424-0085

2019 Women of Vision

Arnowitz, Bradley
Barnes, Sarah
Bishop Good, Francie
Blake, James
Bruder, Hugh
Bruder, Jackie
Cohen, Chris
Cowan, Marlene
Cowan, Marlene
David, June Epstein
deBritto, Lorraine
DePlaza, Marcie
Deraville, Tayana

Epstein, Alec
Epstein, Cassie
Epstein, David
Epstein, Jodi
Epstein, Ken
Epstein, Mayra
Ezratti, Anna
Ezratti, Maxie
Ezratti, Maya
Ferry, Daya
Ferry, Rick
Finvarb, Laura
Folz, Connie

Forman, Christine
Gluck, Debra
Gold, Debbie
Gordon, Anna Maria
Gordon, Mark
Kaplan, Amy
Kingsley, Wendy
Kosh, Susan
Kozich, Ashley
Kramer, Asher
Kramer, Evie
Krass, Stephanie
Livingston, Mimi

Livingston, Paulette
Manus, Elizabeth
Marks, Jesse
Martin, Alexander
Matthew, Debra
Morrison, Diana
Norman, Lindsay
Norwalk, Laura
Pierson, Maria
Ramos, Miquel
Ramos, Yanitze
Ranger, Victoria
Resnick, Elizabeth

Robbins, Sally
Ronkin, Joel
Roulhac, Juliet
Ruggiero, Tony
Rupert, Sarah
Sandler, Eris
Sazant, Jennifer/Neil
Schaffer, Jennifer
Schecter, Laurie
Schulman, Amy
Shoucair, Donna
Shrago, Esther
Shrago, Mindy

Smid, Jacqueline
Spadicini, Jake
Spradling, Richard
Stern, Mitchell
Strelitz, Jeannette
Tuaty, Shannon
Viscovich, Cameron
Weinbraum, Diane
Weintraub, Leslie
Wyman, Dave
Zinn, Martine

Thanks to our 2020 Sponsors