Goldfein, Kramer & Moody Elected as New Board Members at Palm Beach Dramaworks
Larry Goldfein of Palm Beach, Lew Kramer of Palm Beach Gardens, and Carlton Moody of West Palm Beach have been elected as three new board members of West Palm Beach's only professional, multi-award-winning resident theatre, Palm Beach Dramaworks.
Larry Goldfein currently serves as special counsel to Eisner Amper Accountants & Advisors. He has had a wide range of experience, first as a technical and trial attorney with the Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service in Washington, DC and then as a managing partner of the law firm of Roberts & Holland. Thereafter, he left the practice of law and worked on Wall Street as a partner in an investment banking firm, and in 1990 joined Eisner. Volunteer positions have included serving as Trustee of Temple Sharray Tefila (NYC), member of the Board of Directors for Alzheimer's Association (NYC chapter), President of Birchwood Country Club (Westport, CT), member of the Board of Directors of the NYU Medical Center's Electrophysiology Department, and Treasurer of Banyan Country Club (Palm Beach).
Lew Kramer completed a nearly 40-year career as a partner at Ernst & Young, working with the firm's largest global clients before retiring in June 2009. Lew served on EY's United States Executive Board for the three years prior to his retirement and previously served as EY's National Director of Audit Services. He has been a Director of L-3 Communications Corporation since July 2009, and serves as Chairman of its Audit Committee and a member of its Compensation and Executive Committees. Lew's current volunteer activities include serving as President of the Board of United Neighborhood Houses of New York, an umbrella organization for 38 community centers that help 500,000 New Yorkers in need, and on the board of the New York March of Dimes. He remains active mentoring students at his alma mater, Bernard Baruch College. Lew also attended the Advanced Management Program of the Harvard Business School. He is past President of Fairview Country Club (Greenwich, CT).
Carlton Moody, a lifelong educator, began his career as a teacher in Evanston, IL and rose to become superintendent of several large school systems, including Deputy Superintendent of Stamford (CT) Public Schools, and Superintendent of Schools, Cleveland Heights/University Heights (OH). His affiliations have included being a member of the Governing Board of the Minority Student Achievement Network (organization of school districts across US working to solve the issue of minority student achievement); member of the Education Research and Development Institute (advisory group of about 80 superintendents that assess and review educational products and services); member of AASA (American Association of School Administrators), member of NSBA (National Association of School Boards), and member of ASCD (Association of Curriculum Development). Carlton is currently Chair of Palm Beach Dramaworks' Education Committee.
Palm Beach Dramaworks is a non-profit, professional theatre and is a member of the Theatre Communications Group, the South Florida Theatre League, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Florida Professional Theatres Association, Florida Theatre Conference, and the Palm Beach County Cultural Council.