Oceana’s Ocean Council chair, Susan Cohn Rockefeller, debuted her nature-inspired jewelry line RocknRola at an event in New York City in February. Sales from the jewelry line benefit Oceana’s work to protect the oceans.
Held at Buck House, a gallery owned by Ocean Council member Deborah Buck, the launch was attended by Oceana chairman Keith Addis and board member Sam Waterston.
'End of the Line' Screening
In January, MacGillivray Freeman Films sponsored a screening of “The End of The Line,” a documentary about overfishing narrated by Oceana board member Ted Danson.
Oceana chairman Keith Addis and board members Herbert Bedolfe III and Valarie Whiting spoke to the guests about Oceana and the SeaChange Summer Party, Oceana’s Orange County gala. Greg MacGillivray, the founder of MacGillivray Freeman Films, showed a clip of a film he is producing in conjunction with Oceana called “To The Arctic.”
Pre-Event for Hamptons Splash Party
Ocean Council member Lois Robbins Zaro and Andrew Zaro held an event on March 15 in New York City, which was attended by Ocean Council chair Susan Cohn Rockefeller, board chairman Keith Addis, board member Sam Waterston and Oceana CEO Andy Sharpless, all of whom spoke passionately about Oceana’s work. The cocktail party served as the launch of our Hamptons Splash Party to be held later this summer. Guests at the party were asked to join the event committee for the Hamptons Splash event. Learn more at www.oceanasplashparty.org.