Board of Directors 2014/2015
|Tom Zoubek, PhD
First Vice Chairman
Second Vice Chairman
Eileen H. Rosner
|Gerald Bosak, Jr.
Ronald S. Herbst, JD
Bert Ballin, DDS
Robert & Kate Bartlett
Sharon J. White, Ed.D.
UCONN Stamford Campus Director
Pam Coleman was elected Chairman of the Board at the July 2006 Board meeting, after serving the prior year as 1st Vice Chair. She has volunteered as an Education Docent since 2003, and is currently serving as an interpreter for the 1699 Hoyt Barnum House. She has chaired many financially and socially successful events, including two gala dinner dances, a reception at the Palace Theater for the opening of our "Urban Renewal" exhibit, a wine tasting, a dinner honoring local educator and historian Tony Pavia, and a dinner honoring cartoonist Mort Walker. Pam has earned a Masters in Education and her MBA in Marketing from NYU.
Thomas Zoubek received
his Ph.D. in Anthropology from Yale University where he worked under Dr.
Richard Burger. Dr. Zoubek's specialty is the archaeology
of the Andean area. He has directed archaeological projects in the Virú Valley on Peru's north coast since 1992. He has published this work in a number
of journals including Andean Past, The Journal of Field
Archaeology, and The Journal of the Steward Anthropological Society in
addition to a number of Peruvian publications.
He served as adjunct
assistant professor at SUNY-New Paltz from 1996-2001 and was also an adjunct
lecturer in Anthropology at Yale from 2000-2001.
Currently Dr. Zoubek is Executive Director of the Stamford Historical Society
as well as Chair of the Modern Languages Department at King and Low-Heywood Thomas
School in Stamford Connecticut.