President Helen Clay Chace announced the election of Juan A. Sabater to the Board of Trustees of The Frick Collection.
...Mr. Sabater assumes the seat for the remainder of the term of Dr. Henry Clay Frick II, grandson of the museum's founder, who has served on the board for over forty-eight years.
...New Trustee Juan A. Sabater has been an active and generous supporter of the institution, participating on the Frick's Young Fellows Steering Committee since 1995.
In February 2002, he
will act as a Vice-Chair of the much-anticipated Young Fellows Winter Ball, an annual event that has recently become one of the most talked-about cultural fundraisers of the year.In 2001, he deepened his involvement by joining the Henry Clay Frick Fellows, an upper-level group of contributors.Mr. Sabater is Vice President, Latin American Advisory Group of Goldman, Sachs & Co, New York, where he is a team leader in the execution of mergers and acquisitions.He was also Co-Chair of the 2001 Hispanic Heritage Month celebration and serves on the Advisory Board of the Institute for Latin American Studies at Columbia University.He graduated from Princeton University and received his J.D. from Stanford Law School.
Comments Helen Clay Chace, "As The Frick Collection
continues its efforts to encourage the voice and participation of the next generation of supporters, it is with great pleasure that we welcome Juan Sabater
to the Board of Trustees.In recent years, Mr. Sabater
has emerged as a dedicated and energetic figure among our younger leadership.He
brings a fresh perspective and enthusiasm to the Board of Trustees.We look forward to working with Mr. Sabater as our colleague for the benefit of the Frick Collection in the years to come."