01 JACKIE DUBERSTEIN,an Emmy award
winner, is the Washington producer for the Charlie Rose
Show. She became friends with Michael Kors after he
spotted her wearing one of his designs. She contributes
to our coverage of his show at Marymount University.
02 Writer and Journalist ROLAND FLAMINI spent almost three decades at Time magazine, mostly
as a foreign correspondent. He has been an opera
enthusiast since his teens, and bears the scars for it:
Soprano Renata Scotto once chased him across the
San Fransisco Opera stage brandishing an umbrella. He
writes about the WNO’s Ring cycle in “Performing
Arts” this issue.
03 LLOYD HANDis senior counsel in King &
Spalding’s Government Advocacy and Public Policy
Practice Group. In “Hollywood on the Potomac,”
Hand pays tribute to his legendary friend, Jack Valenti
04 CYNTHIA HELMSis the widow of Richard
Helms, the late director of the Central Intelligence
Agency and ambassador to Iran. An honorary trustee
of the Freer and Sackler Galleries, she writes about the
upcoming “Encompassing the Globe” benefit in our
05 JANE STANTON HITCHCOCKis a
novelist and playwright. Her plays include an adaptation
of Edith Wharton’s novel, The Custom of the Country,
and Vanilla. Her novels include, Trick of the Eye, Social
Crimes, The Witches’ Hammer, and One Dangerous Lady.
She provides a wickedly funny short short story for us
this month in our “Society” section.
06 ROBERT HORMATS,vice chairman of
Goldman Sachs and managing director of Goldman,
Sachs & Co., is the author of The Price of Liberty:
Paying for America’s Wars. He contributed this month
to “Pop Politics” on this same topic.
07 KAY KENDALL,former president of the
board of The Washington Ballet, writes about the
company’s sizzling “Noché Latina!” gala.
08 Marymount University graduate GINGER
LAYTHAM is a corporate administrative assistant
of Clyde’s Restaurant Group. At the University’s
annual student fashion event she interviewed
designer Michael Kors.
09 DEBBIE NASHis a board member of both
Great Meadow Polo Club at The Plains, Va., and Excel
Institute, a non profit organization for technical skills
and education. She was also the captain of the British
team for the America’s Cup of Polo and the only
female player. She writes about that experience in our
America’s Cup of Polo coverage.
10 BILL PRESS, a veteran radio and television
talk show host, including The Bill Press Show, highlights
his favorite moments from the White House
Correspondents Association weekend.
11 CNN’s American Morning anchor JOHN
ROBERTSconfesses he’s a Sheryl Crow fan and
recalls other interesting moments from the White
House Correspondents Association weekend.
12 Born with a philanthropist’s heart and raised
on ponies and a love of wine, TAREQ SALAHI owner of Oasis Vineyards, served as chairman of the
America’s Cup of Polo and contributes to our
coverage of the landmark event. He was captain of the
U.S. America’s Cup Polo team.
13 STEVE SCULLYis senior executive producer
and political editor for C-SPAN. He also hosts
Washington Journal, a daily three-hour public affairs
program. Scully serves as president of the White House
Correspendent’s Association and contributes to our
coverage of the WHCA weekend.
14 Photographer, SAMANTHA SWANhas
been successfully involved in the fashion business on
both sides of the camera for over 30 years. As a model
with the “FORD Agency” in N.Y.C., she appeared
in tv commercials, walked the catwalks in Milan, and
worked with some of the best photographers in the
bussiness, such as Scavullo, Bob Stone, and Art Kane.
She turns her lens on polo style in “WL Fashion.”