Lorre Erlick is a longtime lover of Broadway theater, with prior experience at luxury lifestyle brands across the globe.
She launched her career in New York City, managing public relations and curating special events for noteworthy international brands such as Jean Patou, Christian LaCroix Haute Couture, Cartier, Fondation Cartier, Asprey, and Chanel.
After moving with her family to San Francisco, she opened the San Francisco office for world-renowned lifestyle advisor and event planner Colin Cowie, serving as the liaison between the San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York branches. She channeled her passion for the arts as a member of SFMOMA’s Modern Art Council and through her involvement with the San Francisco Ballet and the San Francisco Symphony.
Upon returning to New York five years ago, she became a member of MoMA, The Whitney, and Aperture Foundation. She also sits on the Development Committee of the American Federation of the Arts (AFA) and is a new active member of World Monument Fund (WMF).
She studied Advertising and Communications at The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and spent significant time abroad in London, where she enjoyed many nights at the theater, and in France, where she studied International Business at the American University of Paris and became fluent in French.
She currently splits her time between New York and Palm Beach.