Host Stacey Griffith has been hailed as a “miracle worker” by her cult-like band of SoulCycle indoor cyclists, as well as the press. She has been featured in media outlets such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Self, Shape, Women’s Health, New York magazine, and the New York Post, among many others. She has motivated a loyal and dedicated following over the years as well, including many celebrities, among them, Kelly Ripa, Chelsea Clinton, Nicole Kidman and Jodie Foster. She is currently a member of the Change for Kids Advisory Council.About Louise Phillips Forbes:
For more than 27 years, Louise Phillips Forbes has been a leader in New York City’s residential real estate market with career sales in excess of $2.5 billion. Today she has the #1 team at Halstead Property and proudly represents buyers and sellers throughout Manhattan, as well as luxury developers. She has been the director of sales for more than 30 development projects to date and is credited with establishing residential neighborhoods in areas where they previously did not exist. Louise is frequently quoted in articles for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Real Deal, and many other notable publications, and for the past few years she has been named in the Real Trends/Wall Street Journal’s “Real Estate Top 200,” which recognizes elite real estate brokers and teams throughout the country. She has also appeared on regional TV shows nationwide to comment on local real estate issues while representing the national perspective. Louise has been a member of the Change for Kids Board of Directors since 1998 and is an avid fan of SoulCycle.
About Change for Kids:
Change for Kids helps set students from low-income communities on a path to college and career success by providing its partner schools with targeted leadership, volunteer and program support. Visit http://www.changeforkids.org to help transform elementary school education in NYC, one school at a time. Change for Kids is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.