Leadership


The Catalog for Giving is proud of the outstanding men and women who serve on our Board of Directors. The expenses of the Catalog are fully funded by our board, so that every dollar you give goes directly to the member organizations and the disadvantaged children and youth of New York City.

  • Board of Directors
    1. Kenneth Horn, President, Alchemy Properties
    2. Martin Burger, Silverstein Properties
    3. Steven Kohn, Cushman & Wakefield Sonnenblick Goldman
    4. Michele Kotler, Community Word Project
    5. Martin Kravet, Royal Abstract
    6. Daniel A. Lauer, Paramount Group
    7. Michael Lehrman, BGC Partners-Cantor Fitzgerald
    8. Cara Macksoud, Community Advocate
    9. Eric Mulkowsky, Robin Hood Foundation
    10. David Schulman, Bear Wagner (retired)
    11. Jeffrey Schwartz, Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP
    12. Cindy Silverman, Citi
  • Staff
    Florence Wiener Executive Director
    Flo Wiener joined The Catalog in March of 2011, bringing with her a wealth of experience in the nonprofit sector in general and children’s issues in particular. A lawyer by training, Flo’s legal career included serving as a staff attorney with The Legal Aid society, and Assistant Attorney General for the State of New York. In 1999 she co-founded and served for eight years as Deputy Director of The Partnership for Children’s Rights, an organization dedicated to providing legal services to disadvantaged and disabled youth in New York City.  She has served as a consultant to numerous foundations and nonprofit organizations on issues relating to development, program management, Board engagement, and strategic planning.  Flo is a graduate of Tufts University and NYU School of Law. 

    Caitlin Hinton Development Manager
    Caitlin has five years of experience in nonprofit fundraising, public and donor relations, project management, personnel management, social networking and public relations writing, and event planning and delivery. She most recently held the position of Development Manager at Mines Advisory Group (MAG) America, managing all public fundraising initiatives, hosting events and outreach activities, and raising awareness of the dangers of landmine and UXO contamination worldwide. From 2008 to 2011, she served as the Development Coordinator at the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, creating an annual membership drive and planning public programs including the Education Forum, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Symposium, and the Festival of Ideas. Caitlin received her B.A. in Communication from Texas A&M University in 2007, as well as a Certificate in Nonprofit Management in 2009. She is originally from Dallas, Texas.