|Nancy's South Hampton House|
I cannot explain it. Something in the air changes when Ms. Corzine enters the room...
|Front entry of the House in South Hampton|
|The Royal Procession on Wedding Day|
|A Royal Celebration in Johdpur, India|
|Nancy at Home in South Hampton|
from "Glamour at Home"
|Back Terrace Ready for Dinner Party from "Glamour at Home"|
Nancy's work with the Alzheimer's Foundation to raise awareness and funds for specific research has garnered her "the" award. After 7 years of tireless work, she will be awarded the The Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation’s Chairman’s Award at the annual award dinner set for April 28th 2011 at Sotheby's.
Nancy has served as the president of the ADDF's board of directors since 2005. This charity work is very dear to Ms. Corzine who lost her mother, Rita Johnson to Alzheimer's. She makes clear that the work she does, she does not only in the memory of her mother, but also so that maybe she can be a part of just one drug breakthrough that would cause relief for Alzheimer's sufferers and their families.
I have no doubt that she will do it. She seems to be able to do anything.
So we will wait to see what she does next.
We will wait and... listen.
The Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation’s
The ADDF Chairman’s Award honors individuals and organizations that work tirelessly
to promote awareness of the critical need to fund drug research for Alzheimer’s
disease. This year, we are pleased to honor our President, Nancy Corzine,
with the ADDF’s inaugural Chairman’s Award.
Ms. Corzine has served as President of the ADDF’s Board of Directors since 2005,
providing enthusiastic support of, and constant guidance to, the Foundation in all of its
activities. We are deeply grateful for her long-standing commitment to our mission.
Thursday, April 28, 2011
1334 York Avenue at 72nd Street
New York City
By Invitation Only
Photographs courtesy of Nancy Corzine
Article by Cearan Henley