Founder & President
Founder & President
Camp SAY Associate
Vice President of Marketing & Development
Camp SAY Director & Director of Education
MS CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist
Associate Musical Director
Director of Programming
Michael Klein (Chair)
CEO, Littlejohn & Co., LLC
Actor, Teacher, Founder & President, SAY
Evan R. Bell
Managing Partner, Bell & Co.
Musician, Performer & Musical Director, SAY
Madison Dearborn Partners, LLC & Founder, Bike/Hike 720
David Friedman (Treasurer)
Vice President, Penmark Realty
Brandon K. Guidry (Secretary)
Legal Assistant, Office of Cabot J. Marks, Esq.
Charles E. Helme (Chair Emeritus)
Managing Director, BH Asset Management, LLC
SAY Parent & Entrepreneur
President, People’s Choice Awards
Clifford Perlman, Esq.
Partner, Perlman & Perlman, LLP & SAY Parent
Greystone & Co.
Shachar G. Scott
Head of Marketing, Snap Inc.
Founder, Vetri Family of Restaurants
VP/General Mgr, Mattie Music Group
Budd Mayer (1918 - 2016) Chair Emeritus
Actor & Director
Writer & Founder of Poetic People Power
SAY Alumni & First SAY Participant
Comedian, Actor & Writer
Arnold J. Civins
CPA & Partner, Citrin Cooperman & Company, LLP
Development, Public Theater
Barry T. Gurland
CPA, Madison Family Office Services, LLC
Performer & Writer
Professor, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Jesse L. Martin
Actor, Writer & Director
Vice President, Sakura Bloom
Dr. Alan Rabinowitz
CEO, Panthera & Author
Actor & Apple Computer Consultant
Development, Lincoln Center Theater
Dr. Phil Schneider
Associate Professor Emeritus, Queens College & Speech-Language Pathologist at Schneider Speech
Jodi Schoenbrun Carter
Managing Partner, 1022m
Artist & Restaurateur
Co-Founder & Former Executive Director, National Stuttering Association, Vice Chair of ISA & Chair of IFA Support Group & Consumer Affairs Committee
John Van Riper
Son of Speech-Language Pathologist, Charles Van Riper
Executive Director, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
Karin Wexler, Ph.D.
Board Recognized Stuttering Specialist & Professor, T.C., Columbia University
I am pleased to express my support for SAY, a non-profit organization that uses the arts as an innovative and effective approach to improving the lives of young people who stutter.
I had a very debilitating stammer for most of my life. I don’t think I would have used the word ‘debilitating’ to describe it, if there had been such a mother figure of empathy, like SAY, that was helping me.
Tragically, millions of children who stutter are suffering in silence, and I'm honored to lend my voice to help SAY continue to empower children to find their own voices.