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CORINNE BENSAHEL is a French journalist who writes on architecture, interior design and contemporary art for Le Figardo and Architectural Digest. She also developed a line of fine jewelry and travels the world to find stones for her clients. She recently became a correspondent for DIAMAID. LEN DE PAS has studied under celebrated photographer Philippe Halsman and advertising photography guru Joseph Schneider. De Pas's photographs have been commissioned all over the world, and he has received awards and honors for his work.


NORMAN M. DREYFUSS is the executive vice president of IDI-MD, Inc., and is currently developing Leisure World of Maryland in Silver Spring. He graduated from the Washington College of Law at American University. DONNA EVERS has more than 30 years experience in residential real estate in the Washington Metro marketplace. She is the broker and president of Evers & Co. Real Estate, the largest independent woman-owned and run residential brokerage in the area. Evers researches and reports on Metro area history on her radio show, "Real Estate Today."


ROLAND FLAMINI was the Washingtonbased chief international correspondent at United Press International from 2000 to 2006. From 1968 to 1994, he was a foreign correspondent and World Section editor for Time magazine. He is now a foreign policy columnist for CQ Weekly and a regular contributor on arts and culture for Town & Country magazine and Architectural Digest, among others. ANN GERACIMOS reports on fashion, food, home design and consumer trends in trade as the Washington Times senior features reporter. She is well acquainted with the ins and outs of Washington's social scene.


JOHN HOWE III, M.D., became President & CEO of Project HOPE on May 1, 2001. Project HOPE is an international health education and humanitarian assistance foundation which operates more than 70 programs in 35 countries on 5 continents. Howe is board certified in both internal medicine and cardiovascular disease. CAROL JOYNT has worked at United Press International, Time Magazine and CBS Evening News and held producing roles on Larry King Live, USA Today the TV Show, Nightline and Hardball with Chris Matthews. Now in Washington, D.C., she owns and operates Nathans restaurant, home of the Q & A Café at Nathans.


GARY LANDSMAN , half of David Michele photography, has been shooting commercially worldwide for over 20 years capturing weddings, advertising images of presidents, CEOs and, most recently, an image campaign for Gilbert Arenas. TED LEONSIS currently serves as vice chairman of America Online and is the Washington Capitals' chairman and majority owner. He is an active philanthropist and now - with his Sundance award-winning film, Nanking - a successful feature documentary producer.


BARBARA MCCONAGHY is a nationally recognized stylist, show producer and editor. Her work has appeared in Elle and Detour magazines. She has produced tours for YM and Seventeen magazines and has dressed stars such as Lauren Hutton, Brandy and Jennifer Love Hewitt. KATIE ROST is a Washington D.C. native and international fashion model. She runs the Ronald F. Rost charitable foundation and has a skin care line, Body by Katie Rost. She graduated from Boston University with a degree in broadcast journalism.


KEVIN CHAFFEE is the assistant arts and features editor and society editor of The Washington Times. RENEE DRAKE has had a diverse career in the arts. While living in Washington, D.C., she was a curator for the U.S. Department of State's Art in Embassies Program. She moved to become the managing editor of Sotheby's Preview magazine and Art at Auction. After eight years, she left Sotheby's to make the documentary film The Way Back.


JANET DONOVAN is the founder and president of Creative Enterprises International, a Washington, D.C., publicity firm whose clients include celebrities, authors, politicians and publications. She created and hosted The Beltway Broads radio show and writes the column Hollywood on the Potomac. MARY MEWBORN has written for publications worldwide. With a degree in international relations and a penchant for travel, she has served as a feature writer, contributing editor and columnist for WL for over six years.


VICKI MOON has chronicled the lives of the rich, the not-so-rich, the famous and the not-sofamous for more than twenty years. She has covered local murders and prominent lives in Middleburg, Virginia, for People Magazine and The Washington Post and has written about Middleburg's hunt balls, steeplechase races and parties for Town and Country, Millionaire, Veranda and Southern Accents magazines. GAIL SCOTT, author of Diplomatic Dance: The New Embassy Life in America, was Washington's first solo TV anchorwoman. Covering the world's most powerful diplomats for The Washington Times and The Washington Diplomat, she also produces Smithsonian Associates' "Top Embassy Chefs," organizes monthly Junior League diplomatic events and creates ambassadorial briefings for


DONNA SHOR is an internationalist who has lived in five countries on three continents, climbed the Great Wall of China, tracked tigers in Bangladesh, raised twins in a Provencal mas and a Bordeaux wine chateau, and hobnobbed with greats from Peck (Gregory) to Picasso (Pablo). She has written widely, from the National Geographic to the Paris-based International Herald Tribune.

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