BOARD OF DIRECTORS
David Hung (Chair)
Co-founder & CEO, Find Your Trainer
David Hung is co-founder and CEO of Find Your Trainer, the largest online marketplace for connecting consumers with certified personal trainers. In addition to being NYC’s top rated personal training service, FYT has 3,000+ trainers in over 30 states. Previously, Mr. Hung served as Vice President of Supply Chain at Quidsi, the parent company of a family of e-commerce sites including Diapers.com, Soap.com, and Wag.com which was acquired in 2011 by Amazon for $545 million. Prior to Quidsi, he co-founded Peek, a venture-backed startup that created a mobile email device named “Gadget of the Year” by Time and Wired magazines. Mr. Hung was also Vice President of Commercialization Services and Personal Care Operations for Bath and Body Works. He started his career at McKinsey & Company and holds a J.D. from Yale Law School and graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Economics from Dartmouth College.
Producer, Trade of Innocents
Together with her family and their business, Bicycle Peddler LLC, a Colorado film company, Laurie Bolthouse produced and released Trade of Innocents, a fictional full-length feature film about the sex trafficking industry in Cambodia and those working to fight it. The film is a Hollywood action/drama starring Dermot Mulroney and Mira Sorvino and was released in 2012. Through the film and other efforts, Laurie remains deeply committed to the eradication of modern slavery. She actively urges others to respond to the call of action at Justice Generation, an online anti-trafficking community. Laurie lives in Colorado with her husband Bill and their daughters, Madison, Meredith and Molly.
Adjunct Professor, Fashion Institute of Technology
Susie currently teaches business writing and speaking to design students at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). She earned a BA and MS in engineering from Harvard College and after a stint at the Boston Consulting Group, Susie graduated from Harvard Business School with honors. Susie joined the First Boston Corporation as an equity research analyst following computer hardware companies. She earned a top-three ranking on Institutional Investor’s All-American Research Team and was ranked as a top ten analyst across all industries for client service. After Wall Street, Susie taught at Columbia Business School for four years.Susie has been a member of the Dean’s Advisory Group for Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences since 2005, and she has participated in fundraising for her college reunions, Nyack College, Hunter College, St. Paul’s Church in Brookfield, CT, and the Convent of the Sacred Heart. During her six years as head of the investment committee at Hunter College, the endowment grew from $24MM to $82MM, with net investment contributions of $6MM. Susie lives in Manhattan with her husband Bob and their two children live in the Bay Area.
Mary Ann Dunn
Vice President – New Project Development, Wormser Corporation
Mary Ann Dunn is the Vice President of New Project Development at Wormser Corporation, a family-owned packaging company with offices in the U.S., Germany and Great Britain. She was hired to plan and develop a new brand with actress Fran Drescher. Previously, she was the Vice President of Worldwide Sales at Bare Escentuals for six years and a Merchandise Manager at Sephora, Inc. She has expertise in marketing, advertising, and public relations. Mary Ann lives in New York on the Upper West Side and is an active member of Forefront Church.
Partner, Sidley Austin LLP
Ching-Lee Fukuda represents technology companies in patent litigation in the areas of electronics, software, computers, e-commerce, telecommunications, medical devices, and chemical, mechanical, and consumer products. Her 16 years of patent litigation experience includes significant courtroom victories for clients including at summary judgment and at trial and acting as lead counsel in multi-defendant cases.
Ching-Lee graduated with Honors from Princeton University and received her JD from Fordham University. She lives with her husband Andy and two children in Long Island, New York.
As the first Program Manager at Restore in 2009, Kara Kim was an integral part of building our outreach and safehome programs. Prior to working at Restore, she was a social worker in the areas of domestic violence, at-risk youth, and prison ministries. Kara is deeply committed to serving the poor and marginalized in both New York City and abroad. Her last project was to co-produce the documentary Compelled By Love, which tells the story of Heidi Baker, an inspiring advocate for Mozambiquan orphans. Kara received her B.A. in Sociology from the University of Chicago and her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Columbia University. Recently, she completed her certificate in spiritual direction at General Theological Seminary and serves as a spiritual director in New York City. She lives in Manhattan with her husband John and her son Samuel.
Prior to joining the staff of Restore NYC in April 2012, Jimmy Lee was the Vice President of Strategy and Regional Affairs for GBCHealth. Before that, Jimmy spent some time as Director of Strategic Planning & Business Analysis at American Express, a director at World Vision, and a senior associate in J.P. Morgan’s investment banking division. He started his career as a financial analyst at Goldman, Sachs & Company. Jimmy also served as the Chair of Restore’s Board of Directors from late 2008 to early 2011.
Faith Huckel Motter
Co-founder, Restore NYC
Director of Development and Communication, Blue Sky Bridge
Faith Huckel Motter is Co-founder and Co-chair of Restore NYC. Prior to joining Restore, she was the Volunteer Manager at Hope for New York, a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the poor and the marginalized. Before that, she received her Master’s in Social Work from Columbia University. Faith diligently led the building of Restore from the ground up and created a movement of awareness on the realities of the modern-day slave trade in New York City. She has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and on change.org for her work. In April 2011, Faith also received the “Women’s Empowerment Award” from the YWCA of Queens and in September 2011, she received the Classy Award for “Young Nonprofit Leader of the Year.” Currently, she lives in North Carolina with her husband Jeff and her son George.
Managing Director for Firm Administration and Strategy, Perella Weinberg Partners
Matthew A. Scogin serves as a Managing Director for strategy and firm administration at Perella Weinberg Partners. He worked previously as Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff at the NYSE from 2009 to 2014 where he oversaw the offices of Global Affairs and Government Relations, Corporate Responsibility and the Office of the Chief Executive Officer. Previously, from 2008 to 2009, Mr. Scogin was Vice President and Senior Advisor to the Chief Executive Officer at Wachovia Corporation. Prior to joining the corporate sector, Mr. Scogin spent seven years in government. From 2006 to 2008, he served as a Senior Advisor in the Office of Domestic Finance at the U.S. Department of Treasury, where he provided former Under Secretary Robert K. Steel with counsel on a broad range of economic and financial policy matters, including capital markets and financial institutions, regulatory and fiscal policy issues. Since beginning his career in government in 2001, Mr. Scogin has held diverse roles in a number of administrations. In 2006, he was a Fiscal Policy Adviser to former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. From 2002 to 2003, he was the Legislative Director and Campaign Manager for former Michigan State Representative Barbara VanderVeen. He began his career in politics as a White House intern in the Office of Political Affairs in 2001. In 2007, while serving in the U.S. Treasury Department, Mr. Scogin received the U.S. Treasury Department Exceptional Service Award for impactful contributions to the Office of Domestic Finance. In 2005 he served as a Fellow with the Robert Bosch Foundation in Germany. Mr. Scogin received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from Hope College and a Masters in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. In addition to Restore, he serves on the Board of Hope College in Michigan, the Board of the SIFMA Foundation and volunteers as the CFO of Lower Manhattan Community Church. He and his wife have three children and live in New York City.
Dorthe Tate’s experience includes banking for Citibank and ING in London and Frankfurt as well as significant pro-bono leadership roles with nonprofits. She was the corporate relations manager with Opportunity International in London where she launched the Women’s Opportunity Network to more meaningfully engage and involve women. After seven years with Opportunity International, she became very aware of the needs in her own city of London. Through her church, Holy Trinity Brompton, she became a leader with the William Wilberforce Trust and helped launch an aftercare program for women who were trafficked into the sex industry in London. Dorthe sits on the boards of the Freedom from Fistula Foundation and Alpha, Long Island.
Dorthe is also a trusted volunteer in our safehome, where she leads activities and develops meaningful relationships with survivors. She lives with her husband Truett and their two children, Annika and Sebastian, in Long Island, NY.
Allen Trew (Treasurer)
Analyst, MSD Capital
For over 12 years Allen Trew has worked in the asset management industry and is currently an analyst for MSD Capital, a New York-based investment firm. Prior to MSD, Allen was a senior analyst at for other firms including JANA Partners, Oak Hill Advisors, Stone Tower Capital and The Blackstone Group where he began his career after graduating from the Wharton School in 2004. Allen lives on the upper west side of Manhattan where he is a member of Redeemer Presbyterian Church and previously served as a deacon for five years.
Mary Beth Vogelzang
Developer & Owner, Vogelzang Vineyards
Mary Beth Vogelzang planted Vogelzang Vineyard in 1998 and began production of fine wines in 2005. She is also the Vice President of Vogelzang and Associates, a third party marketing company, dealing with money managers and the pension fund industry. Additionally, Mary Beth serves on the advisory board of the Westmont Museum of Art and is the President of the Art Council. She is also an advocate for the City to City program at Redeemer Presbyterian Church of New York. Previously, she served on the board of Opportunity International and with the National Association of Street Schools. Mary Beth has been married to her husband Jim for 40 years and has two daughters. She shares her time between a home in Santa Barbara, California and an apartment in New York City.