Elizabeth Kabler has been a supporter, not only of the arts, but of the sciences as well, through her foundation The Rosenstiel Foundation. She is Vice-President of The Rosenstiel Foundation and is a Fellow at the Rosenstiel School of Basic Bio-Medical Research at Brandeis University. She continues her father’s interest in Marine and Atmospheric Science. Mrs. Kabler is a member of the Photography Committee of the Whitney Museum and is also a member of the Chairman’s Council at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She served as a board member of the Chapin School for over ten years and recently resigned. She has created the Center For Living, an out-patient rehabilitation center which will concentrate on the problems of adolescent addiction which will open in the spring of 2006. Theatre has always been one of Mrs. Kabler’s great interests. She is a member of the American Theatre Wing and has also acted as producer. The Rosenstiel Foundation, in collaboration with the Director’s Company, has produced two successful plays Goodwill (an adaptation of a Jane Smiley novella) starring Dana Reeve and The Passion of Frida Kahlo with Priscilla Lopez, which moved to Off- Broadway. She is presently working on a new play, Bad Girls written by Joyce Carol Oates, which will be presented at Dartmouth before coming to New York.