Ronnie F. Heyman
Ronnie Feuerstein Heyman , according to the Columbia University Record, November 22, 1996 , is "an attorney and principal of Heyman Properties, a real estate development firm based in Connecticut. ... Heyman, who is also a partner of Heyman & Heyman, a firm specializing in real estate law, received her B.A. magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from Radcliffe in 1969. She earned her J.D. from Yale Law School in 1973."
In 1996, Heyman was "[a]ctively involved in community affairs, especially those supporting education and the arts" and was a "trustee of Yeshiva University and its Cardozo School of Law, and the Ramaz School"; a "director of the Center for Jewish Life at Duke and vice-president of the Yale Law School Association"; an "honorary president of the women's division of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, having been the organization's president from 1985 to 1987." 
Appointed by President Bill Clinton "to serve a four-year term" on the National Council on the Arts, in 1996, Heyman was "also a member of the acquisitions committee of the International Directors Council of the Guggenheim Museum as well as the collectors committee of the National Gallery of Art" and a "trustee of the Israel Museum in Jerusalem."