Cindy Feltenstein joins Board of Directors of LIFE
Palm Beach, FL -- LIFE (Leaders in Furthering Education) is pleased to announce that Cindy Feltenstein has joined its board of directors.
Cindy L. Feltenstein is a graduate of University of Maryland who had a highly successful career as a Target Pharmaceutical Representative for Schering Plough Pharmaceuticals. She has traveled extensively internationally; living in Paris and St. Tropez and had homes in Washington D.C. and Miami Beach.
While living in Miami Beach she served on the board of directors for both The Miami Beach Garden Conservancy and Anthony Shriver's Best Buddies Jobs. For the Garden, she chaired the first and highly successful "Bug Ball". For Best Buddies Jobs, she co-chaired the "Midnight in the Garden" fundraiser at which she had the personal privilege of honoring Sargent and Eunice Shriver.
Cindy has a passion and dedication for animals, the performing arts, health and wellness, and remains active in community causes. Most recently co-chaired the successful "Solving the Neurological Puzzle Gala" for the University of Miami Department of Neurology with Mrs. Janet Levy. She also serves on the committee for The American Ballet Theater, Career Transitions for Dancers, is on the Board of Directors for The Palm Beach Opera, and is a member of The Palm Beach Round Table.
Cindy also enjoys being active in The Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce, The Palm Beach Civic Association and her husband Tom's business, Power Marketing Academy. Tom and Cindy are highly involved in supporting the growth of Ronald McDonald House and Charities, because he is a founding member. Together they both support hiring and mentoring young adults from Northwood University, where Tom serves on the board of directors.
Lois Pope, founder and president of the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation, Inc., and LIFE (Leaders In Furthering Education), has just completed raising funds for the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial, the only memorial in our nation's capitol dedicated to paying tribute to the three million permanently disabled veterans living today and to all deceased disabled veterans throughout our nation's history. LIFE has now announced that it will embark on a groundbreaking new program to protect the voiceless and the vulnerable in our society -abused and neglected children and animals - with a new partnership with American Humane Association. As the nation's voice for the protection of children and animals, American Humane Association reaches millions of people every day through groundbreaking research, education, training and services that span a wide network of organizations, agencies and businesses. AHA's mission is to create a more humane and compassionate world by ending abuse and neglect of children and animals. The 19th Annual "Lady in Red" Gala, which will take place on December 1, 2012, at the Mar-a-Lago Palm Beach, will benefit AHA and local programs here in Palm Beach County.
June 6, 2012
6274 Linton Blvd. Suite 103
Delray Beach, FL 33484
Information contact: Cara MacVane
Tel: 561-685-2342 Email:
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The Lois Pope LIFE Foundation, Inc. and LIFE (Leaders in Furthering Education) are dedicated to helping and improving the lives of the voiceless and vulnerable in our society - those who are disadvantaged, marginalized, or forgotten because of disabilities, socio-economic status, neglect, age, abuse, and other barriers. Founded by Lois Pope, one of America's most committed and creative philanthropists and humanitarians, the two non-profit organizations provide aid, assistance, and awards for disabled veterans, medical research, college scholarships, humanitarian relief, the performing arts, and animal welfare. For additional information about LIFE please call (561) 865-0955.