Eyes on New York - Reframed Journal
OPTOMETRIC CENTER OF NEW YORK Founded in 1956, the Optometric Center of New York has a long and distinguished history of service to New York – first as a patient care and training facility, later as an endowing foundation. Today, it supports the mission of SUNY College of Optometry as the campus-affiliated foundation. The Optometric Center of New York (OCNY) stands as a shining example of what cooperation among visionary community leaders in education, business and philanthropy can accomplish. Since its inception, OCNY has demonstrated an ongoing commitment to the New York community and to the community-at-large. Whether supporting vision care for the working poor and indigent patients at the University Eye Center and the College’s affiliate sites; awarding scholarships to optometry students who are academically outstanding and financially deserving; or supporting research into the complex human visual system, the OCNY remains dedicated to the future of healthcare and to the advancement of vision science. The OCNY is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit foundation and is chartered by the Board of Regents of the State of New York. To learn more about OCNY or to make your gift in support of students and patients, visit:
EYES ON NEW YORK Award Celebration
The 17th Annual Eyes on New York Award Celebration symbolizes the visionary spirit of the Optometric Center of New York along with a deep commitment and dedication to supporting vision research, education, and patient care. It also recognizes the great achievements of our honorees who embody these values. This year’s award celebration pays tribute to both individual and corporate leaders whose unique vision represents the very best in personal and professional achievement. These recipients enhance the quality of life for thousands of men, women and children every day. Eyes on Leadership Award Honors an individual, corporation, or organization for their extraordinary contributions to advancing vision care and whose actions have had a lasting impact on the industry and/or health care. Eyes on Rising Stars Award Recognizes a young individual or organization who demonstrates visionary and creative ideas by positively challenging the status quo in their research, business and/or service.
Alumnus/a of the Year Award This award celebrates SUNY College of Optometry alumni who remain involved with the College through volunteerism and financial support; demonstrate dedication to the profession through education, organized optometry, publications or research; and participate in community service organizations and/or international missions.
Eyes on New York Sponsors
Gold Coopervision Designs for Vision Glenmede
Silver Dr. Ronald Millman
Dr. Mark Feder Haag-Streit USA Jobson Mr. William J. Moran VSP
Danne Ventura F.A.A.O., F.N.A.O., A.B.O., N.C.L.C.
After 9 years as a sound engineer in the music industry, Danne changed careers and became a dispensing optician, contact lens fitter and ophthalmic medical assistant. She joined Varilux Corp., now Essilor, in 1988 as Education Coordinator and worked to develop programs for school support, student and institutional grants, student events (including the Optometry Student Bowl) and student and faculty education. She retired in 2018 and now enjoys skiing, the beach and working with her certified therapy Golden Retriever at assisted living centers, libraries and community events. She keeps in touch with colleagues by serving on the American Academy of Optometry Foundation Board of Directors. Danne has received the National Federation of Opticianry Schools Person of the Year Award; Jobson Publishing Most Influential Women in Optical in 2003, 2007, 2008; Association of Technical Personnel in Ophthalmology President’s Award; Joint Commission of Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology Statesmanship Award; Optical Women’s Association Pleiades Award. She was inducted into the National Academy of Opticianry Hall of Fame in 2013. Danne is past-president of The National Academy of Opticianry 2009-2011. She served on the Board of Directors, Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology Education and Research Foundation, 2001–2016 and Commission on Opticianry Education, 2006– 2011. She sat on advisory boards for New York City Technical College, Brooklyn, New York Ophthalmic Dispensing Program 1994–2000, 2003–2018, Essex County College, Newark, New Jersey Ophthalmic Dispensing Program 1995–2010, International Academy of Sports Vision 1996–1997, and EyeQuest Conference 1996–1997. Danne was Chairman, Associate Member Relations, Opticians Association of America 1996–1997. She is an A.B.O. certified optician, N.C.L.E. registered contact lens fitter and Fellow in the American Academy of Optometry, National Academy of Opticianry and the Opticians Association of America. Danne’s proudest accomplishment is that Jerry, her husband of almost 40 years, still puts up with her shenanigans.
Eyes on Leadership Award Winner
Eva Kosanovic President, Keeler USA
Ms. Kosanovic is the President and Board Member of Keeler USA, a division of the Keeler Group, one of the largest operating companies within Halma Ltd. Keeler USA provides solutions and services to Optometrists and Ophthalmologists throughout the Americas, designing, developing and supplying diagnostic, surgical and treatment products for the purpose of creating a world without vision loss. Since taking over in 2015, Eva has integrated two sister companies, Accutome, and Visiometrics into the product profile of Keeler USA. The integration of the Accutome clinical and diagnostic lines has increased her team fourfold with manufacturing capabilities. Visiometrics HDA, most recently integrated into the portfolio, is a device used to qualify the vision quality objectively and detects dry eye in patients. Prior to taking over from David Keeler, the grandson of the company founder, Eva was responsible for International Sales and Business Development at Apollo, the largest safety company within the same group – growing the business exponentially within EMEA, India and Asia Pac. She took that responsibility after spearheading the single biggest new business and product development at Apollo for the USA market. Eva graduated from University of Portsmouth, England in 2000 with First Honors degree in Mechanical and Manufacturing Systems Engineering. She earned her MBA from University of Southampton in 2015. Obtaining a Blackbelt in Lean Six Sigma training, she led many operations and system improvements projects worldwide during her first role at ITT Industries. She recently finished the prestigious, Harvard Business School YPO Presidents’ Program. During her career, Eva has established successful business benchmarks and fruitful relationships within new industry sectors, ranging from Aerospace, Telecom, Data, Infrastructure and Safety to Medical Device industry. She was born and raised in the Former Yugoslavia (Bosnia) where music, dance and culture were a staple. Upon moving to England with her family at the age of 14, Eva continued her passions of playing piano and composing/performing in many grand establishments in London. Eva now lives in Philadelphia and loves every minute of it. As an avid foodie and active member of the ping pong league and YPO Philadelphia Chapter, Philadelphia proves to be a perfect fit. With easy access to West Coast, Central/LA America and Europe, once per month trips seem to be the norm. Warning, don’t challenge her to a game of ping pong, you will lose.
Eyes on Rising Stars Award Winner
Jessica & Ella-Jane Darcy Founders, Funoogles
When Ella-Jane opened her eyes one morning, something had changed. The glasses she loved so much had grown too familiar. Why couldn’t she have something of her own creation? She wished for eyewear that would match her style and mood every single day. Ella-Jane was born with a congenital Cataract, a disease that would try to claim the vision in her right eye. At just 5 years old, she had endured a procedure to ensure that her sight wouldn’t be lost forever. Funoogles doesn’t just give children the ability to choose and interchange the color and style of their glasses. It gives them a way to express creativity, assert individuality and boost self-esteem. Just as importantly, it gives parents an affordable way to keep their kids in fashion. Our products are designed in America, but our purpose spans the globe. With a little imagination, a lot of fun, and the help of the like-hearted, our hope is to reach children across the world who lack access to proper eye care. Today, Ella-Jane lives happily in New York with her father, her older sister and brother, and her mother, Jessica Darcy, the creator and president of Funoogles.
Alumnus/a of the Year Award
Dr. Denise M. Whittam, ‘91 2020 Alumna of the year
Dr. Denise Whittam is a 1991 graduate of SUNY College of Optometry. She started working at Cohen’s Fashion Optical on Lexington Avenue in New York City part time while in high school and remains there today as the lead practitioner. Cohen’s Fashion Optical recently presented her with a recognition award for 40 years of service and they have thrice awarded her Doctor of the year. She is also a J&J Professional Affairs Consultant and Ambassador Speaker and Facilitator. In her spare time, Denise has been a tireless advocate for the profession of Optometry for almost three decades. She is the only optometrist who has served as the President of New York State Optometric Association, Optometric Society of the City of New York, the Children’s Vision Coalition and SUNY College of Optometry Alumni Association Board. Among her many honors and awards is NYSOA Optometrist of the Year, 2014. She has published numerous articles and essays in professional publications. During her 26 years as a volunteer serving SUNY College of Optometry on the Alumni Association Board she was a regular presence on campus, sharing her enthusiasm for the profession and supporting all signature student, alumni and fundraising events. She has generously donated to student scholarships, patient care and supported fundraising campaigns. Denise served as the Alumni Association Board President from 2013-2018. Under her leadership she championed the historic merger of the association into the Optometric Center of New York, resulting in unprecedented participation in the alumni community. In her own words: “To be honored and recognized by one’s own colleagues and friends is by far the highest achievement one can attain. I never realized that my experience at SUNY College of Optometry and pursuing the optometric profession would lead to meeting such incredibly bright, inspirational people, who not only became my friends, but also my family. I would be lost without their support and friendship. I am eternally grateful to the faculty of SUNY for passionately sharing their knowledge and clinical skills with me, not only during my four years at SUNY, but ongoing to this day. They have become my mentors, my confidantes, and my friends, who feel like brothers and sisters to me for the rest of my life.” -Denise Whittam
CHARLES E. SCHUMER NEW YORK
WASHINGTON, DC 20510-3203 March 27, 2020
Dear Friends: Please accept my warmest greetings as you gather with the Optometric Center of New York for its 17 th Annual Eyes on New York Awards Celebration . I am grateful for the opportunity to recognize the exemplary work of the Optometric Center of New York, the State University of New York College of Optometry, and this year’s honorees on this wonderful occasion. As an affiliated foundation of the State University of New York (SUNY) College of Optometry, the Optometric Center of New York has provided world class vision care to countless New Yorkers. Thanks to its many community outreach programs, several working low- income men, women and children have access to quality medical eye care services. The Optometric Center of New York also provides scholarships for outstanding students enrolled in SUNY College of Optometry as well as funding for much-needed vision science research. I applaud the Optometric Center of New York for diligently providing tangible resources to patients in need. Additionally, I would like to take this opportunity to recognize tonight’s honorees: recipient of the Alumna of the Year Award, Dr. Denise Whittam and recipients of the Eyes on Innovation Award, Ella-Jane and Jessica Darcy of Funoogles. I am pleased to join everyone gathered here tonight in honoring these individuals for their commitment to the Optometric Center of New York, as well as their dedication to affordable vision care. On behalf of all New Yorkers, thank you for your hard work. It is my hope that Optometric Center of New York will continue its noble efforts to support our communities for many years to come. Best wishes for an enjoyable event. Sincerely,
Charles E. Schumer United States Senator
March 27, 2020
It is an honor and great pleasure to welcome you to the 17th Annual Eyes on New York Award Celebration. The Eyes on New York Award Celebration honors the great work of the Optometric Center of New York, the SUNY College of Optometry and its University Eye Center, and individual leaders in optometry. Since 1956, the Optometric Center has played an invaluable role in our community by giving all New Yorkers access to vision care. Their support for important research at the SUNY College of Optometry, along with incredible outreach efforts and extensive neighborhood programming, have made the Optometric Center the remarkable institution of community eye care and innovation that it is today. I am proud to have such an esteemed organization in my district. This year has been momentous and bittersweet as we simultaneously mourn the loss of Barbara Saltzman, the beloved President of the Board of Trustees for the Optometric Center, and celebrate the opening of the new Center for Pediatric Eye Care which bears her name. The Barbara Saltzman Center for Pediatric Eye Care will provide innovative and much-needed vision care to children and families in our community. I am honored to have been able to allocate a grant to help complete this new eye care center, and I can think of no greater way to honor Barbara’s legacy. I want to express my heartfelt congratulations to the Optometric Center for its years of service to New Yorkers in need. I also congratulate tonight’s honorees, Dr. Denise Whittam, who will be recognized as Alumna of the Year for her nearly 30 years of leadership and service to the College, and Ella-Jane and Jessica Darcy of Funoogles who will receive the Eyes on Innovation Award for their innovative eyewear company. These honorees embody the spirit of the Optometric Center, and I am proud to see them honored within my district.
Brad Hoylman State Senator 27th District
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November 5, 2020
Dear Friends: It is a pleasure to welcome everyone as the Optometric Center of New York hosts Reframed: Eyes on New York Award Celebration 2020. New York has long demonstrated global excellence in health care, and we owe a debt of gratitude to the many institutions working to improve public health throughout the five boroughs, especially as we fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Established in 1956, the SUNY College of Optometry and its Optometric Center of New York are leaders in the field of vision care, sponsoring scholarships for optometry students, training the next generation of medical professionals, funding innovative research, and providing high-quality services to diverse New Yorkers, including people from underserved communities. As you gather virtually to advance this shared mission, I applaud everyone associated with the College and Center for their efforts to strengthen our healthcare sector and improve the wellbeing of our residents during this challenging time. Together, we are forging a brighter, healthier future for all. On behalf of all New Yorkers, congratulations to tonight’s honorees. Please accept my best wishes for a memorable celebration and continued success.
Bill de Blasio Mayor
EYES ON NEW YORK HONOREES
2004 William F. Allyn, Chairman & CEO, Welch Allyn Ventures, LLC Claudio Del Vecchio, President & CEO, Retail Brand Alliance David A. Marco, President & CEO, Marco Ophthalmic, Inc. William C. Thomas, Executive VP & CEO, Vision Industry Council Ronald L. Zarrella, President & CEO, Bausch & Lomb 2005 R. Michael Daley, President, Essilor of America Cary Rayment, President & Chief Executive Officer, Alcon, Inc. Silhouette Optical Ltd. 2006 Naomi Kelman, President, Vistakon Americas C. Russell Trenary, III, Chief Marketing Officer & Corporate VP, Advanced Medical Optics Roger J. Valine, Chief Executive Officer, Vision Service Plan 2007 Marc Ferrara, President, Optical Group Worldwide Jobson Publishing Ed Greene, Chief Executive Officer, Vision Council of America 2008 Richard C. Elias, President, Transitions Optical Julian Gangolli, Corporate Vice President & President of North America Pharmaceuti- cals, Allergan, Inc. 2009 Richard Feinbloom, President, Designs for Vision, Inc. Joseph Santinelli, Chairman of the Board, Santinelli International 2010 Pfizer Opthalmics Valerie Scott, Vice President Strategic Accounts, International Vision Expo Events 2011 Marge Axelrad, Senior Vice President and Editorial Director, Jobson Optical Group
Al Berg, Chief Executive Officer, Marchon Eyewear, Inc. Larry Roth, Executive Vice President, Marchon Eyewear, Inc.
EYES ON NEW YORK HONOREES
2012 Dave Brown, President Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. Harold Wilshinsky, Chief Executive Officer, KAP Planning, LTD 2013 John Carrier, President and CEO, Essilor of America, Inc. Jim Murphy, Vice President/General Manager, U.S, Vision Care Division Alcon Labs, Inc. 2014 Andrea Dorigo, Past President, Luxottica Wholesale, North America Edie Lutnick, Co-Founder and President, The Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund 2015 Angel Alvarez, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, ABB OPTICAL GROUP 2016 Brent L. Saunders, Chief Executive Officer and President, Allergan PLC Martin L. Bassett, President and Chief Executive Officer, Walman 2017 Bob Colucci, President of IDD, Essilor of America and Chairman, Essilor Vision Foundation Jerry Warner, President, Americas, CooperVision 2018
Kenneth Lombart, Co-Founder, Lombart Instrument Rick Lombart, Co-Founder, Lombart Instrument 2019 Regeneron Dr. Susan Fromer, Fromer Eye Centers Dr. Mark Fromer, Fromer Eye Centers 2020 Eva Kosanovic, President, Keeler USA Jessica and Ella-Jane Darcy, Founders, Funoogles
YOU DESERVE TO BE CELEBRATED Thank you for your leadership, innovation and excellence in patient care.
AWARD HONOREES: Eyes on Leadership: Eva Kosanovic Eyes on Rising Stars: Jessica and Ella-Jane Darcy Alumna of the Year: Denise Whittam, OD
OCNY Optometric Center of New York Celebrating AND THE 2020 EYES ON NEW YORK HONOREES
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Congratulations to this evening’s Award Winners
Thank you to the Optometric Center of New York for your
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Congratulations to all the honorees and The College of Optometry for all the work that they do! Special thank you to past President Richard Feinbloom.
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H 2020 H GA L A HONORE E S CONGRATS!
Eyes on Rising Stars Ella-Jane and Jessica Darcy FUNOOGLES
Alumna of the Year Denise Whittam, OD, ‘91
Eyes on Leadership Eva Kosanovic KEELER
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TO THE RECIPIENTS OF THE 2020 SUNY EYES ON NEW YORK AWARDS Congratulations
Eyes on Leadership: EVA KOSANOVIC President of Keeler, medical devices and ophthalmic supply company Eyes on Rising Stars: JESSICA AND ELLA-JANE DARCY founders of Funoogles—a children’s eyewear company that allows kids to easily change the colors of their frames Alumna of the Year: DENISE WHITTAM, OD class of 1991, optometrist at Cohen’s Fashion Optical and Professional Affairs Consultant at Johnson & Johnson Vision Care
PRIORITIZING PATIENT TRAFFIC
DRIVING PATIENTS TO VSP NETWORK DOCTORS
VSP ® is committed to ensuring a strong member base to support a steady stream of patients to your practice. Here are just some of the ways we help drive patient traffic:
• Through unique offers, VSP patients can select from a variety of high-visibility consumer brands such as: Nike, Calvin Klein, bebe, Gucci, Maui Jim, and Bausch + Lomb. • Premier Program bonus and special offers highlight additional ways for VSP patients to maximize their benefits with brands like ZEISS, CareCredit, Unity ® , SunSync ® , Eyeconic ® , Unity BioSync ® and more!
• Targeted member communications such as welcome emails and the EnVision monthly newsletter. • Savings and discounts on eyewear to drive patients to practices like yours. • Mention of the vsp.com Find a Doctor Directory in all member communications—connecting VSP members to network doctors.
Did You Know?
9 10 out of will return to the same Premier Program practice VSP patients
80 % Prefer private practice
While other vision care companies send their members into their owned retail locaitons, VSP directs members into private practice because 80% of members have reported they prefer private practice.
Annually, 28M emails and 1.5M direct mailers are sent to VSP members to highlight the value of the Premier Program, and to encourage them to visit practices like yours for their eye care and eyewear needs. We’re proud to share that 9 out of 10 of your VSP patients say they will return to the same Premier Program location. 1
+ 3 M Patients
of total revenue goes back to doctors $
More than 3M patients access the VSP Find a Doctor Directory monthly. 2 With the newly launched Online Appointment Scheduler, patients can easily find your practice and schedule their exam.
86% of the VSP revenue goes back to doctors in the form of reimbursements and other support. 3 No other managed eye care company invests more in private practice than we do.
1. 2019 Annual Patient Satisfaction Survey. 2. vsp.com Find a Doctor Directory average from July 2019 – April 2020. 3.Based on direct payments to doctors, payments to labs on behalf of doctors, and operating costs for direct support services to doctors.
©2020 Vision Service Plan. All rights reserved. VSP and Eyeconic are registered trademarks, and Experience More is a trademark of Vision Service Plan. Unity, SunSync, and Unity BioSync are registered trademarks of Plexus Optix, Inc. All other brands or marks are the property of their respective owners. 87719 Explore and maximize the opportunities of the Premier Program today vspproviderhub.com
Outstanding Female Leadership
Eva Kosanovic, MBA
Eva Kosanovic, MBA, is President of Keeler Americas and she has won the SUNY “Eyes on Leadership” award. We couldn’t be more proud. Eva is an inspiration and she has done an amazing job at leading our team. From all of us here at Keeler, we’d like to say “Thank you, SUNY!”
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We Congratulate The Darcys On Their Well-Deserved Honor. Pediatric Ophthalmology of New York, PC Frederick M.Wang, MD Brian N. Campolattaro, MD Anthony J. Panarelli, MD Idil A. Bilgin, OD
SUNY COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY College Council
Chair Mrs. Gretchen Stone
Members Dr. David J. Dexter Dr. David P. Dozack Dr. Charles Gold Dr. Michele Lagana Dr. Frank J. Pirozzolo Dr. James R. Ruhl Dr. Paula Ulmer Schutz
Student Member Mr. Constantinos Bacas
Optometric Center of New York Board of Trustees
President Richard Soden, OD, ’79
Vice President Thomas P. Farrell
Treasurer Dennis P. Gehr
Executive Director and Secretary Dawn M. Rigney
Immediate Past President Richard Feinbloom
Marge Axelrad Samar Awad, OD, ’92 Mark S. Feder, OD, ’83 David A. Heath, OD, EdM Ronald M. Millman, OD William J. Moran
Vito Proscia, OD, ‘91 Christopher Quinn, OD Adam J. Sheer George Spiropoulos Jerry Warner Harold Wilshinsky
Trustee Emeriti Claudia Rouhana Beryl Snyder, Esq. Harold M. Spielman
Student Representatives MJ Bustamante Ridwan Carim-Sanni
A special thank you to all of our sponsors for their generous support!
Joseph and Terry Aimi Coopervision Jessica and Patrick Darcy Designs for Vision Essilor Mr. Thomas P. Farrell Dr. Mark Feder, ‘83 Mr. Dennis Gehr Glenmede Haag-Streit USA Jobson Keeler USA
Dr. Ronald Millman Mr. William J. Moran Pediatric Ophthalmology of New York Dr. Richard Soden, ‘79 VSP
With many thanks to those who made Guest Appearances
Ektoras Binikos from Sugar Monk Ektoras has been at the forefront of NY’s cocktail culture for three decades, managing the bar programs at numerous fine-dining establishments including Aureole, Oceana, and most recently as the Bar Manager at the two-Michelin star restaurant, Gabriel Kreuther before opening Sugar Monk. https://sugarmonklounge.com/home Sylvia Weinstock Starting her baking in her country home kitchen while her daughters and husband skied Hunter Mountain, Sylvia soon found she was supplying desserts to local restaurants. Her cakes caught the eye of New York social elite who wined and dined upstate, opening the door to her first major client, The Carlyle. Her round horn frames became her signature, landing on every cake she made. www.sylviaweinstockcakes.com Deni Bonet A U.S. born singer/songwriter, electric violinist, and multi-instrumentalist who has performed and recorded with Cyndi Lauper, R.E.M., Sarah McLachlan and many others. Her previous appearances include Carnegie Hall, The Great Wall of China, the United Nations, and the White House for President Obama. She has recently been a soloist with the Baylor Symphony Orchestra, the Symphonic Pops of Long Island, and the Danbury Community Orchestra. For the past several years, Bonet has been touring in the U.S. and Europe. She was awarded a grant in 2019 through the Arts Envoy Program of the U.S. Government to spend a month’s residency in Africa teaching violin, songwriting, and rock ’n roll at a music college in Zanzibar. She also performed concerts for the U.S. Embassy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Bonet has released several CDs of her own music, including the critically acclaimed “Bright Shiny Objects” on Sony/RED. www.denibonet.com
Thank You! Your support truly has an impact on the patients served by the University Eye Center and students at SUNY College of Optometry. It is through your generosity that we are able to provide care to patients regardless of financial resources, give scholarships to bright, deserving students who have financial need, and continue to advance research into our complex visual system. Wishing you strong vision and continued good health today and always.
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