Myron Sulzberger Rolfe (“Mickey Rolfe”) is the Chair of the Development Committee. He is President and Foundation Manager of the recently recapitalized and restructured Sulzberger Rolfe Foundation (formerly known as the Edward Sulzberger Foundation Inc.), dedicated to improving the quality of life of all New Yorkers. He retired after 29 years as the CEO and Founder of The Rolfe Company Inc., the exclusive theatrical design representation firm, his clients having won 20 Tony Awards. He was the 4 Term Chairman of the Board of Directors of GMHC, and is the recipient of the Judith Peabody Humanitarian Award. Mickey was also selected for a Citizen’s Hope Award by the NY IGA, and is humbled to have his name joined with that of Miss Hazel Dukes for the Hazel Dukes/Mickey Rolfe AIDS WALK COMES TO HARLEM AWARD. He is an Advisor to the Visiting Nurse Service of New York’s LGBT Initiative, and one of the original Donors to the New York City AIDS Memorial. Mickey is a graduate of Brown University. He and his husband Bruce Tracy, a retired book editor formerly of Random House, Doubleday and Workman, make their home in Litchfield County CT and also NYC and West Palm Beach FL.