Isaac Klein | Sokoloff Arts Board Member

Isaac Klein

Board Member

A director and writer of plays and musicals. Isaac is a founding member of SPACE on Ryder Farm, and a company member at Exit, Pursued By A Bear. Proud graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. His first book, The School of Doing: Lessons from Theater Master Gerald Freedman, will be available November 2017. Learn about The School of Doing here.

Dr. Leonard Rosenblum | Sokoloff Arts Board of Directors

Dr. Leonard Rosenblum

Board Member

A long-time New Yorker, leader at the Soka Gakkai International Men's Division,  and supporter of local artists, Lenny is a chiropractor and alternative allergist. Dr. Leonard Rosenblum provides therapeutic relief for his patients whose symptoms often go unsolved using conventional medical approaches. Dr. Lenny provides assessment, therapy and supplemental support to dramatically improve patient wellness.

Scott Sokoloff | Sokoloff Arts Board President

Scott Sokoloff

Board President

Scott Sokoloff transforms mountains of data on consumer’s behavior to actionable data driven insights. Offering a track record of generating billions of dollars in value for diverse companies by encouraging a transition to an analytics-driven enterprise, Scott provides over a decade of leadership experience in the field of data science, analytics, and business intelligence. Scott Sokoloff holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Florida and a BA in Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Robin Sokoloff | Sokoloff Arts Chairman of the Board

Robin Sokoloff

Chairman of the Board

Founder & Executive Director of Town Stages & Loft227. Robin Sokoloff is a lifelong dancer, theater professional, and activist: Passionate about building platforms for women and minority voices. She serves as Vice President of the Board for The Musical Theater Factory. Robin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from New York University’s College of Arts and Sciences, she is a graduate of NEW (Non-Traditional Employment For Women), and a former member of The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America with Local #157; proud to have built this city she loves.

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