Ruth Eisenberg is the Co-Chair of the SAGE Board of Directors. Ruth is a partner at Harmon, Curran, Spielberg & Eisenberg LLP, concentrating in the areas of employment law and general nonprofit organization law, and has a long history as an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and for the rights of people with HIV.
Kevin Williams, M.D., is the Co-Chair of the SAGE Board of Directors. Williams is the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for Pfizer Internal Medicine.
Bruce Lederman is the Treasurer and Chair of the Finance Committee for the SAGE Board of Directors. Bruce is the President and CEO at Charles E. Smith Life Communities. Lederman is an experienced leader with an extensive operations and business-development background, primarily focused on the eldercare industry.
Linda Scott is the Secretary and Chair of the Nominating and Governance Committee for the SAGE Board of Directors. She has 20 years of experience in global corporate governance, proxy voting, and engagement. She is a Managing Director and Associate Corporate Secretary at JPMorgan Chase & Co., where she is responsible for outreach to shareholders on corporate governance policies and practices.
Barbara P. Peda is the Development Committee Chair. She is the President of the Wells Group LLC, where she consults on business strategy, marketing, product management, and leadership. Previously, she was Senior Vice President in the Business Services Division of AT&T.
Laurie Peter is the Strategic Planning Committee Co-Chair. She received her MSW from Smith College School of Social Work. The majority of her early clinical social work career was at a trauma center in Denver, Colorado. She has served on the boards of the National AIDS Fund as Vice-Chair and Jersey Battered Women’s Service. She maintains her LCSW license in both New Jersey and Colorado.
Cindy T. Rizzo is the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee Chair, as well as the Senior Advisor of Evaluation & Strategy at the Arcus Foundation in New York City. Arcus is a private foundation dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and with the natural world. It advances its mission through strategic grantmaking, leadership, and listening and learning in two areas: LGBTQ+ social justice and conservation of the world’s great apes.