NOVEMBER 7, 2018

6:30 PM




  • Orly Adelson
  • Denise Anstey
  • Kevin Beggs and Dianna Lau
  • Debi and Elie Benaron
  • Adam Berkowitz
  • Gail Berman
  • Mark Berman
  • Patty and Peter Best
  • Carl Beverly
  • Lynn and Les Bider
  • Paul Buccieri
  • Ami and Joe Cohen
  • Susanne Daniels
  • Ernie Del
  • Jon Feltheimer
  • Kendra Bracken-Ferguson
  •     and Pleas Ferguson
  • Vanessa and Darryl Frank
  • Jennifer and Carl Freed
  • Rodney Freeman
  • Randy Freer
  • Julie Monkarsh Gadinsky
  •     and Dr. Larry Froch
  • Doretta Goldrich
  • Marc and Debi Graboff
  • Carolyn Bernstein and Nick Grad
  • Cindy Holland
  • Pearlena Igbokwe
  • Ken and Roneet Kahan
  • Emily and Scott Kalt
  • Allison Wright and Andy Kaplan
  • Jackie and Dr. Bobby Katz

  • Beth and Jon Kean
  • Edit and Ed Komberg
  • Sally Hightower Lippin and Dick Lippin
  • Warren Littlefield
  • Marci Pool and David Madden
  • Deborah Klein and Mort Marcus
  • Sanford Michelman
  • Courtney Mizel
  • Heidi and Jon Monkarsh
  • Paulette and Ron Nessim
  • Kerry Phelan
  • Suzanne and David Robinson
  • Danny Rose and Aaron Rosenberg
  • Jamie and Kenny Rosenblood
  • Michael Rotenberg
  • Peter Roth
  • Susan and Robert Rovner
  • Michelle and Gary Schoenfeld
  • Annette and Leonard Shapiro
  • Stacy and Jesse Sharf
  • Shiri Appleby and Jon Shook
  • Julia Franz and Chris Silbermann
  • Andrea and Glenn Sonnenberg
  • Jay Sures
  • Nadina and Fernando Szew
  • Kim and Eric Tannenbaum
  • Sheryl and Jeff Wachtel
  • Dana Walden
  • Shari and Michael Weiner
  • Lori and Mark Weinstock
  • Candie and Richard Weitz

*As of 09/07/18



Barry L. Cayton is the President and CEO of the Goldrich Group, where he is responsible for the leadership and direction of the Goldrich/Cayton family’s business endeavors. Barry is also the Founder and President of Audio Command Systems, the West Coast’s premiere residential audio, home theater, lighting control, and home automation company. Andrea Goldrich Cayton is a philanthropic and charitable leader and community organizer. Andrea is the daughter of Jona Goldrich, Holocaust survivor and Southland real estate leader. As a true honor to her father, she serves as Vice President of the Board of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, which he founded. Additionally she serves on the Boards of the LA Jewish Federation, WISE Readers to Leaders and the Auschwitz Birkenau Foundation. In addition to Andrea’s leadership roles, Andrea and Barry’s philanthropy includes Boston Children’s Hospital, medical research foundations, universities, and museums.

Barry and Andrea are married 23 years with 3 beautiful children, Garrett, Lindsay and Derek. They are champions of the new Cayton Children’s Museum by ShareWell, committed to helping families raise children and youth who strive to be their best selves, give back and work to repair the injustices in the world. Both are committed to community and serve as role models for each of us. Anne Frank wrote in her diary, “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” Andrea and Barry seize each and every moment to do just that.


As Senior Vice President of Originals, Craig Erwich leads original series development & strategy for Hulu. A champion for compelling and relevant story-telling, Craig has built up Hulu’s award-winning slate of original programming to include the Emmy-and Golden Globe Award-winning The Handmaid’s Tale, Casual, Marvel’s Runaways, Stephen King and J. J. Abrams’ 11.22.63 and Castle Rock. Since joining Hulu in 2014, Craig has also overseen major content acquisitions which have brought hit titles including Seinfeld, This Is Us, Empire, CSI, Fargo, Curious George, The Golden Girls, Blindspot and South Park exclusively to Hulu. His eye for quality content has been developed over more than twenty years in development at Warner Horizon Television—where he had a hand in the creation of series like Dallas, Pretty Little Liars, The Voice, and The Bachelor—and FOX Broadcasting company where he was instrumental in the development of hit series such as 24, House, Prison Break and The O.C.

Craig is a devoted father and loves spending time with his twin daughters Sammy & Mollie. As a community volunteer, he sets a wonderful example to them and to us all through his committed participation as a board member for the National Campaign for the Prevention of Teen Pregnancy and for the Hollywood Radio and Television Society.


Sandra Stern is President of the Lionsgate Television Group and has been a key member of the Company’s senior management team for the past 15 years. She has helped guide Lionsgate’s television business to record-breaking revenue growth during nearly every year of her tenure and has been instrumental in tripling the size of the television slate.  One of the industry’s consummate deal-makers, Ms. Stern has innovated ground-breaking linear and streaming platform deals for iconic Lionsgate series including Mad Men, Weeds and Orange is the New Black as well as The Royals, Casual and Greenleaf, and negotiated deals for upcoming series The Rook (Starz) and The Kingkiller Chronicle (Showtime).

Sandra is energetically committed to supporting causes important to her, and does so on a personal level.  A graduate of UCLA Law School, she is a founding member of UCLA Law School’s LEAD program mentoring women in the legal profession, and further supports these young professionals as a professor and board member at the Law School’s Ziffren Center for Media, Entertainment, Technology and Sports Law.  Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles has also acknowledged Sandra’s affinity for guiding young people with their Excellence in Mentoring Award. She makes time to serve on the Boards of the Saban Clinic and Center Theatre Group, and is active in the Rape Treatment Center.