Elizabeth Kabler is a graduate of the Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and Bennett College, New York.
Mrs. Kabler is President of the Rosenstiel Foundation and is a Fellow at the Rosenstiel School of Basic Bio-Medical Research at Brandeis University. She supports marine biology research at Miami University where her father, Lewis S. Rosenstiel, founded The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science.
Her mother was Leonore Annenberg. She is on the board of trustees of The Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands. The trust preserves the historic estate as a place where world leaders meet to discuss matters of national and international importance.
Mrs. Kabler supports the arts through the Rosenstiel Foundation. She is a member of the Photography and Drawing Committees of the Whitney Museum of American Art, and a board member of Friends of Art and Preservation in Embassies (FAPE).
Mrs. Kabler’s philanthropic interests include problems of adolescence especially addiction and eating disorders. She has devoted her efforts to the National Eating Disorders Association. In the spring of 2008 she founded The New York Center for Living, a licensed out-patient rehabilitation center concentrating on the problems of adolescent addiction. She was a board member for over ten years at the Chapin School only resigning to devote herself full time to The New York Center for Living.
One of Mrs. Kabler’s great passions is the theater. She a member of The American Theater Wing. She is a Tony Voter and has produced Broadway shows. 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 Frieda Kahlo” starring Priscilla Lopez, which moved to off-Broadway.
She is currently producing a play with Michael Parva at the Directors Company on the works of British children’s author Enid Blyton.