Edward Diller, Founder and Director, the Long Island Bike Challenge (LIBC). I started the LIBC because I wanted to combine two great passions in my life, besides my family; biking and health. Personally, my family and friends have benefited from the latest medical research and the outstanding work done at Northwell. It was time for me to give something back to Long Island and all its people. In 2012 I met with the Senior Vice President and his colleagues at the Feinstein Institute/Northwell Health System and I discovered that right here on Long Island are a collaboration of creative thinkers who share a singular focus of advancing science to prevent disease and cure patients. I described my plan to support their work to defeat cancer via a charity bike ride. Instantly they were on board and over the last 6 years we have formed a a wonderful partnership. Since 2012 the LIBC has raised and donated over $225,000 to Feinstein/Northwell Health System to defeat cancer and disease. Please bike, volunteer or donate. Thank you!
Michael Masri is a partner at Meltzer, Lippe, Goldstein & Breitstone, LLP. Michael has been on the the LIBC board since 2012. Michael is an attorney firmly committed to charity and improving our community. Additionally he has been a long-standing member of the WE CARE Advisory Board of the Nassau County Bar Association.
Keith Grubman is a Long Island based educator and entrepreneur. He and his wife Carol have 4 children. Keith has served on the Board since 2015.
Mark Guyer is Director of Information Technology at Meltzer, Lippe, Goldstein & Breitstone, LLP. Mark has been on the Board since 2017.