- Philipp Engelhorn
- Founder & Executive Director
Philipp founded Cinereach in 2006 with the goal of stimulating global unity and cross-cultural dialogue through supporting and creating socially conscious films. Originally from Germany, he came to New York to attend NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Phil is a member of the Founders Board of the Patrons of the Pinakothek in Munich and serves on the Board of Directors of Synergos Institute, a collaborative organization mobilizing resources and bridging social and economic divides to reduce poverty and increase equity around the world. He executive produced Benh Zeitlin’s Beasts of the Southern Wild, Cameron Yates’ The Canal Street Madam, and Ryan Wong’s The Road Ahead: The First Green Long March.
- Bruce Rabb
- Member of the Board
Bruce is an attorney who advises both business and nonprofit entrepreneurs and organizations. He serves as Director Emeritus and Secretary of Human Rights Watch, as Co-Chair of its LGBT Advisory Committee and as a member of the Executive Committee of its Middle East North Africa Advisory Committee. In addition he serves on the Boards of the National Center for Law and Economic Justice, Rwanda Works, Sustainable South Bronx, the National Economic & Social Rights Initiative, and Asia Catalyst, and is a Fellow of the New York Institute for the Humanities at New York University.
- Jo Schuetz
Jo is the Managing Member of The Manhattan Family Office, LLC, a NY-based investment advisor specializing in alternative investments and asset management. He has held positions within the private banking divisions of Bank Julius Baer, NY and Coutts & Co., NY and is a Member of the Board of SCS, Inc., NJ a global leader of industrial packaging products. Jo received his MBA in Corporate Finance from Long Island University, and his BA in Marketing from Hofstra University.