Guest of Honor
Pink Hope Award
Anne was born in West Point, New York. As a child she lived throughout the US, studying at the Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, PA, the University of Massachusetts, and the New York School of Interior Design. Her apprenticeship in interior design was with the firm of Elisabeth Draper Inc. She lived in Bogotá, Colombia from 1968 to 1972, and from 1974 to 1976. She currently lives in New York City and has a daughter and twin grandchildren who also reside in Manhattan.
In 1976 Anne began her first interior design firm which eventually evolved into Anne Eisenhower Inc. Eventually, when her travel schedule made it impossible to work with clients she began to renovate apartments and develop houses for her own personal use. Anne has participated in designer show houses for the Kips Bay Boys Club (NYC) and the Roger’s Memorial Library (Southampton, NY). She created various settings for Tiffany & Co.’s “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” presentations as well as promotional projects for Brunschwig & Fils and House Beautiful. Her work appeared on the cover of the book “A Room with a View” by Chris Cassen Madden and more recently in “40 Years of Fabulous- The Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse” by Steven Stollman. Her projects have been featured in decorating magazines worldwide, and in publications such as the New York Times, Washington Post and International Herald Tribune.
Anne is a Trustee of the Eisenhower Foundation, a member of the Advisory Boards of the New York School of Interior Design and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. She is a member of the Chairman’s Council of Casita Maria Inc. where she was a Board Member for over 25 years, as well as a member of the Advisory Committee of the Eisenhower Memorial Commission.
Guest of Honor
Pink Hope Award
Adriana was born in Bogota, Colombia but raised and brought up in New York City. A Fine Art Photographer for over 25 years, she is based in New York City and Long Island’s east end. Adriana studied Photojournalism and English Literature at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, but quickly moved on to landscape and portrait photography. She has exhibited in New York City, Connecticut, Florida, California, and Washington D.C., as well as Bogota, Paris, and Madrid. Her photography has been published in the 42nd annual Decorator Show House Catalogue, Christie’s 20th Century Arts and Decorative Arts & Design catalogue, and in Trees In Focus, an Assouline publication that featured a group photography collaboration to benefit the Anne Fontaine Foundation.
Adriana has worked with several nonprofit groups. She volunteered and donated work to Proof Media for Social Justice as well as Ripple Effect Images. She was a board member of the American Friends of Fundacion Cardioinfantil, and of The Josephine Herrick Project; she is currently on their advisory Council. She has also been involved with Casita Maria and American Friends of Bambi Homes, and she is now on the board of the Gettysburg Foundation. Lastly, Adriana is on the Advisory Commission for the Eisenhower Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Anne and Adriana are both courageous survivors who waged their battles with breast cancer years apart under the care of Maimonides Chair of Surgery and Director of the Breast Center, Dr. Patrick Borgen. They are walking the Pink Runway to honor the life-saving work that he and his team accomplish on a daily basis, and to celebrate a mother-daughter bond that is stronger than ever after having faced and fought this ordeal together. Most of all, they are walking to give hope to all the other pink warriors out there that they can and will survive. We proudly salute them as our Guests of Honor and look forward to presenting them with our Pink Hope Award.
DR. LLOYD B. GAYLE
Chief of Plastic Surgery, Maimonides Breast Center
Pink Hero Award
Lloyd B. Gayle, MD is an Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery and the former site chief of the Plastic Surgical Division at Weill Cornell Medical College, and an Associate Attending Surgeon at the Hospital for Special Surgery. He joined the faculty of Maimonides Medical Center as Chief of Plastic Surgery with a focus on breast reconstruction.
Dr. Gayle earned his medical degree at the New York University School of Medicine. He completed a residency and chief residency in general surgery at NYU/Booth Memorial Medical Center in Queens. He went on to complete a residency in Plastic Surgery at New York Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center and a fellowship in Hand and Microsurgery at the Buncke Clinic at Ralph K. Davies Medical Center in San Francisco. Dr. Gayle is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a Diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners. Active in several research and clinical endeavors, he has a special interest in the restoration of the breast following mastectomy, utilizing the full gamut of surgical techniques currently available. Dr. Gayle has had articles published in several peer reviewed journals. His areas of interest and research have spanned lower extremity reconstruction, including replantation, outcome evaluations in patients following breast reconstruction as well as applications for fibrin sealant.
Dr. Gayle is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the Royal Society of Medicine. He holds membership in numerous other professional organizations, including the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, American Association of Plastic Surgeons, American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery, and several others.
At the Maimonides Breast Center, where he is universally esteemed and beloved, Dr. Gayle enhances the lives of his patients with extraordinary skill and sensitivity. We are proud to recognize him as a giver of hope and a champion of healing, and honor him at Pink Runway with our Pink Hero Award.
ANTHONY PENNACHIO SR.
Pink Warrior Award
Anthony Penacchio was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He attended St. Bernadette elementary school, Xaverian High School and St. Frances College. A highly active member of the Brooklyn community, Anthony is involved in many social and benevolent organizations. He is a founding member of the Knights of Columbus, the Kiwanis International, the Lions Club, the AMA, the Bikers of Brooklyn, and the St. Bernard’s Knights of Columbus #14269. He sits on the board of directors of the Ben Bay Kiwanis Club, and is a fourth degree knight and lifetime NRA member. In 2015, he was honored by Pietro’s Fight for his generous support of the fight against Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Anthony’s relationship with Maimonides goes back decades, to the numerous members of his family and community who were treated at our Medical Center, including himself, his mom, and other close family. He is a key organizer and participant in the Maimonides annual Ride2Live event – a motorcycle ride through the streets of Brooklyn that supports breast cancer awareness, treatment and research at the award-winning Maimonides Breast Center. Anthony is a valiant and proven Pink Warrior, and we thank him for allowing us to honor his dedication and generous support at this year’s Pink Runway.
Anthony is the successful business owner of Floral Fantasy of Bay Ridge, ASP Graphics and Scarpaci Funeral Home of Staten Island, in addition to managing the Scarpaci Funeral Home in Dyker Heights. He is a loving son to his parents Joseph and Celeste, and devoted husband and father to his wife Dolores and their three children, Anthony Jr., Vincent and Darrien.
Traffic Reporter, Fox 5 Good Day New York
Pink Partner Award
Ines Rosales is the traffic anchor on Fox 5’s Good Day New York. A New Jersey native from Newark and Belleville, she graduated from Montclair State University with Bachelor of Arts degree in 2004. Although she aspired to work behind the scenes, life had a different plan and instead of working behind the camera, she ended up in front of it. Ines joined Fox 5 in April 2007 from MetroTraffic, now Total Traffic and Weather Network, where she worked both as a reporter and camera operator. She controlled the traffic and sky cameras for five New York City television stations. She also served as traffic reporter on NY1, various radio stations both in English and Spanish, and was a freelance traffic anchor for WNBC.
Ines’ parents immigrated from Guatemala in the early 1980’s. She still has a lot of family there and visits as much as she can. She is involved in numerous charities, but especially likes to motivate young people to be successful in life and pursue their passions.
Ines and other members of the Good Day crew became interested in the work of Maimonides, Brooklyn’s largest, most advanced medical center, after their erstwhile colleague – former entertainment reporter Baruch Shemtov – featured us annually at the Celebrate Israel Parade, volunteered with us as Nurse for A Day, and emceed Pink Runway for 2 consecutive years. Ines, who also attended Pink Runway, toured our Children’s Hospital – the only comprehensive children’s hospital in the borough; joined weather anchor Mike Woods in visiting our award-winning Cancer facility – including our innovative Breast and Prostate Centers; and played for Team Maimonides this summer in a Celebrity Softball Battle for Brooklyn at MCU Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones, which was hosted by 77 WABC Radio and graced by Good Day anchor Rosanna Scotto as Commissioner of the Game.
We will proudly present Ines with our Pink Partner Award in recognition of her outstanding friendship and participation for the benefit of Maimonides and all the people we serve.