Susan Dubin has a professional background in writing and editing and a deep interest and involvement in the arts. Her career was primarily in publishing, beginning as a staff writer at House Beautiful Magazine, continuing as a Contributing Editor at Town and Country, and finally as Features Editor at Harper’s Bazaar. After that, she spent several years as a freelance writer.
Mrs. Dubin is the Chair of the Board of the Friends of the Neuberger Museum of Art, one of the largest university museums in the country, located on the Purchase College campus. In addition, she serves as Development Chair of the Jewish Women’s Foundation of New York and was a longtime board member of The New World Symphony in Miami, Florida.
Mrs. Dubin received a BA from The George Washington University during which time she worked as a French-English, English-French translator for the USIA and spent a year studying philosophy and literature at the Universite d’Aix-Marseilles in France. She lives in Harrison, New York, with her husband James; she has two children and two grandchildren.