With a 20-year track record of successful campaign management in Los Angeles and New York, Meryl worked at one of the top advertising agencies in New York City. She later went on to open her own boutique agency where she worked with a wide assortment of clients. She has spent many years in the disability and diversity community working on award-winning disability programs for the New York Mayors office, a hugely successful UN/Paralympics Event-Raising the Bar, and in helping create a major diversity program for Entergy, a Fortune 500 Company.
In September 2014, Meryl’s life was changed forever when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She is now cancer free, given the support of the Nurses and Medical Professionals of Cedar Sinai Hospital and Tower Cancer Oncology Center. As a thank you for the care and love provided by the Tower Oncology nurses, Meryl and her husband have established a continuing oncology education program for Tower’s Nurses. She will also be moving forward with a health, beauty and wig program for those women going through chemotherapy treatment.
Meryl is also active with Beit T’ Shuvah, leading their major Annual Gala Fundraising event for the third year in a row.
Meryl’s heart and soul is in the giving of her time to help others.