Gabo Arora is a specialist in international affairs with over 12 years of experience in programming and policy related to development, human rights, education, post-conflict and emergency relief, with a strong focus on partnerships and coordinating multi-stakeholder projects. He has worked and lived in the USA, Italy, Colombia, Namibia, Zambia, Tanzania, India and most recently was based in Haiti, as Deputy Coordinator for UNICEF, assisting in reconstruction efforts after the January 12th earthquake. He is currently a Senior Advisor for Policy and Outreach for the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Advocacy Group for the Millennium Development Goals. Fluent in numerous Indian and Romance Languages, he also holds honors degrees in Philosophy, Economics and International Relations from New York University, Johns Hopkins University and The Bologna Center in Italy.


David Rosensweig is a corporate finance and strategy consultant to growth companies in technology, healthcare, and healthy food. He is also the founder of Multivalent Consulting, which helps individuals improve performance and resiliency. He was previously based in Singapore with McKinsey & Company’s corporate finance practice where he worked with multinational clients throughout Asia-Pacific. Prior to that, he provided financing to technology companies, as a venture capital investor at Doughty Hanson and as a banker for technology companies at Goldman Sachs. He has traveled to 50 countries and worked in over 15 of them in Europe and Asia, a set of experience he draws upon in helping 88 International develop and implement its global programs. He brings the perspective of creating and operating an organization across geographies and an appreciation for the mechanics necessary to execute successfully. David is an example of how Kimball’s vision creates ways for everyone, including non-musicians, to become active participants in delivering music. In 2009 he and Kimball co-founded Cocktails and Counterpoints, a house concert series in New York featured by The Economist. A native of Washington DC, David attended the University of Pennsylvania where he studied engineering and history of technology. He holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and an MA in international relations from Johns Hopkins University. He enjoys searching for homes with a grand piano in tropical countries, experimenting in the kitchen with heirloom and ancestral foods, swimming, and wildlife-watching.

Veronica Bulgari currently oversees Bulgari’s special projects after holding senior positions in the company’s jewelry and fragrance division since 1991. She is a graduate of Duke University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in art history and political science, and a master’s degree from the Courtauld Institute of Art in 1990. She served on Duke University’s Trinity Board of Visitors from 2002 to 2008 and currently serves on the board of Piano Outreach of New York, an organization that provides music scholarships. She also serves on the board of the American Foundation for the Courtauld Institute of Art and is active in Carnegie Hall Notables, which promotes classical music to young audiences through the Weill Music Institute. Most recently, she was a founder of the Washington Square Park Conservancy, a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve and enhance Washington Square Park in New York City. A collector of photography and contemporary art, she has helped sponsor several exhibitions, including Piranesi as Designer at the Cooper Hewitt and Luigi Ghirri at the Aperture Foundation. Over the past four years, she has rekindled her passion for the piano and is currently studying with Sofya Melikian

Lisa-WangLisa Wang is a program and ETF trader at Deutsche Bank and has a deep passion for the arts. She studied piano at Juilliard’s Pre-College Division and has performed as a guest soloist with the Highland Symphony Orchestra and the Binghamton Community Orchestra. She holds a bachelor’s degree in music and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Binghamton University, as well as an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. Prior to entering the business school, she was a research analyst at Gleacher Fund Advisors. She holds both the CPA and CFA designations. In her spare time, she enjoys organizing music and fundraising events, mentoring high school students, volunteering at nursing homes, and traveling. Lisa is also an avid foodie and enjoys exploring restaurants.