Mark Constantian, MD
Plastic surgeon in Nashua, New Hampshire who is known for his long expereince with secondary nose surgeries. He has studied, written and lectured fellow surgeons on the psychology of the nose patient--especially patients who have had multiple surgeries.
Jacque Lynn Foltyn, PhD:
Professor of Sociology, National University, La Jolla, CA. Editor-in-chief, Catwalk: The Journal of Fashion, Beauty and Style; Editor, Crafting Allure: Beauty, Culture, and Identity; Organizer, "Fashion: Exploring Critical Issues" (annual global conference, Oxford University).
Barbara Wallace Grossman, PhD:
Professor of Drama, Tufts University; Vice Chair, Massachusetts Cultural Council; author of Funny Woman: The Life and Times of Fanny Brice and A Spectacle of Suffering: Clara Morris on the American Stage.
Paula J. Martin, PhD.
Professor of History of Medicine and Gender Studies at Georgia Southwestern State University. Author of Suzanne Noël: Cosmetic Surgery, Feminism and Beauty in Early 20th Century France.
Andrew Paul Ordon, MD:
Plastic surgeon in Manhattan and Beverly Hills; Co-host of the Emmy Nominated TV talk show, The Doctors.
American political and culture writer; columnist, Bloomberg View; author, The Power of Glamour.
Vail Reese, MD:
San Francisco dermatologist; Founder, Skinema.com (the dermatology in the cinema website).
Former stand-up comedian; Writer for David Letterman for 24 years; Author of four novels, most recently, Shrink Thyself.
Stand-up comedian who appeared on Broadway in 3 From Brooklyn and wrote two award-winning one-woman shows: Trucks, Guns and Mayonnaise and None of Your Damn Business; three-time winner of the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs award for Best Female Comic.
Adrianne died in December 2016 after a valiant fight with esophogeal cancer.
Founding editor in chief of and 25-year veteran with Allure magazine. She was recently named Chief Creative Officer of Revlon.