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Eric Goldman ’98
From Rochester, New York, to Turkey and China, to Phoenix, Arizona, and the Czech Republic, to Greece and numerous places in between, Eric Goldman ’98 has made it possible for students from all over the world to receive a Bard education. Since 1982, Eric has annually supported talented students in the fields of economics or social studies through the Eric Warren Goldman ’98 Endowed Scholarship Fund, with 49 scholars and counting. Read his full story to learn more about Eric’s time at Bard and how his generosity has helped shaped the College.
Youssef Kerkour ’00
Youssef Kerkour ’00 majored in Drama and Dance at Bard. He has been a supporter of the Bard College Fund since 2019. To find out more about his love of Bard, why he gives, and the very special person he would like to have dinner with, be sure to read his full interview.
Max Ellenbogen ’16 and Maeve Weber ’16
Max Ellenbogen ’16 and Maeve Weber ’16 are the third generation of Ellenbogens to meet and fall in love on Bard’s campus. They have been supporters of the Bard College Fund since 2017. Find out why they give, where they spent most of their time on campus, and a bit about their dog Gracie.
Daisy Rosato ’16
Daisy Rosato ’16 majored in Theater and Performance and German Studies during her time at Bard, and has since gone on to become a filmmaker and screenwriter. Daisy has been giving to the Bard College Fund since 2018. To find out why, be sure to read her full interview.