Ellen Feder has been an interior designer for over thirty five years & has done work at Radio City Music Hall in New York City & renovated & designed a four story turn of the century town house for clients on the Upper East Side of New York, which appeared in a showcase benefiting cerebral palsy, along with many other projects. She designed Mr. Doheny’s bedroom & entire suite of rooms at the historic Greystone Estate in Beverly Hills California. Her work has appeared in many publications such as Architectural Digest.
She has been a member of Share Inc. For over sixteen years & has been proud to be associated with this amazing organization & extraordinary group of women dedicated to making a difference in the lives of thousands of disadvantaged children with special needs & children at risk. She has held many positions at Share & is now the President. She was on the board of the breast center at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York & she & her husband co-founded the Margie Boas Memorial Foundation also at Mt. Sinai Hospital. They were founders at Long Island Jewish Medical Center.