social impact initiative Members


denise bober

VP, Human Resources, The Breakers, United States

Denise Bober is Vice President, Human Resources at The Breakers Palm Beach, and  a specialist in the inspired workplace. She has evolved the company’s culture to make employee fulfillment and wellbeing top priority, driving best-in-class retention, guest-satisfaction ratings and financial results.   As a result, The Breakers has solidified its reputation as an enterprise of social impact, dedicated to its team, the community and environmental conservation. 


Gilad Saul Lang

Vice President - The Madison Collection, United States, Haiti, Dominican Republic 

Peace Corps service influenced Gilad early in his career, compelling him toward pioneering social impact programs using his skills as a global marketing professional, brand designer, and behavior-change specialist. The results of his decade-long collaboration with organizations such as  Population Services International, Project Concern International, and The Safety Lab were successfully implemented across Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and Southern Africa — helping with youth empowerment, reducing prevalence of infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS, and supporting prevention of violence against women and children. Now co-leading the family business, The Madison Collection — purveyor of eco-luxury terry products for the hospitality and spa industry, Gilad is influencing social impact through the company’s new partnership with Wine to Water, to support clean drinking-water efforts in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

steven levine

Founder, Meteorite Social Impact Advisors, United States

Steven Levine has more than 15 years of experience leading marketing, communications and social impact work across media, business and government.  As a founder of Meteorite Social Impact Advisors, Steven develops and executes effective, measurable social impact campaigns for mission-driven brands and organizations.  Previously, Steven served as Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility for Univision Communications, where he launched the company’s social impact brand, co-founded an employee resource group, and developed their first corporate social responsibility report. Earlier in his career, he served in the White House communications office, where he originated the use of the historic building as a visual communications tool, inaugurating the display of the White House AIDS Ribbon on World AIDS Day and illuminating the White House in pink for breast cancer awareness, each becoming an annual tradition. Steven is a graduate of the NYU Stern School of Business where he earned a Master’s of Business Administration.