A favorite of photographer Irving Penn and editor Diana Vreeland, Gail began her career in fashion and film. A producer, artist, Indian education activist, and entrepreneur, she is the founding board member of the American Indian College Fund and launched the American Indian Higher Education Consortium's Cultural Learning Centers Initiative, building 29 cultural centers in 12 states. She is the founder of UNRESERVED American Indian Fashion & Art Alliance and resides on the ACCE Committee of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. She is the owner and founder of Ramscale Studios, an event venue in New York City. Gail was born in Chicago, raised in Los Angeles, and resides in New York, Massachusetts, and Tortola BVI.
Gail was inspired to create HipSilver as a lifestyle and eCommerce brand where the new Silver Age can safely engage, communicate. and support each other. She is proud to be HipSilver's First Chief Curator.
Helen Ann MacIsaac, whose career included over a decade of senior international roles in corporate development, finance, and marketing, died on Dec. 11 in Washington, D.C. She was 63.
Ms. MacIsaac lived in Washington for the past seven years after moving there with her husband from Manhattan and Oceanview Lane in Amagansett. She was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2019.
One of Ms. MacIsaac’s great pleasures was swimming between the water fences set by baymen in Gardiner’s Bay off Little Albert’s Landing in Amagansett, her family said. Even when living abroad... read more here.