|Elaine and Marvin Rosenberg are
business and philanthropic leaders in
both Cincinnati and Aspen.
Elaine owns an antique shop and is a
designer, artist and author. Thursdays with Mom & Michael, which she co-authored with her daughter, Anita, recounts her Thursday night Aspen dinner parties featuring Chef Michael Rueggeberg's regional cuisine. Elaine donates all monies she makes from the book to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. She, herself, is a breast cancer survivor.
Marvin is a founding partner of Towne Properties in Cincinnati. His work has garnered him accolades such as induction into the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Business Hall of Fame and being named Entrepreneur of the Year. Marvin has served in leadership roles for organizations including the Cincinnati Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, the Hamilton County Council for the Mentally Retarded and The Young Presidents Organization.
|Bob Sharpe is a leader in the real estate industry. He has been a managing partner in over 50 real estate ventures and is an active participant in the Urban Land Institute, which is a premier real estate think tank. He is currently developing Rancho Sahuarita, a 3,000-acre, master planned community promoting a healthy and meaningful lifestyle, south of Tucson, Ariz. It was recently named one of the “50 Best Places to Live” by Money Magazine.
He has served on the board of the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona and is currently on the board of Jazz Aspen.
On March 10, 2015, Bob was diagnosed with a Glioblastoma. He has found that some cures for brain cancer include smiling as much as possible, appreciating the people, beauty and love in your life, and most importantly, enjoying every moment.