Clarissa Alcock Bronfman is a photographer, jewelry designer, and avid art collector, she also is well known for her philanthropic and entrepreneurial efforts. Today, she is actively involved in the New York City arts and music community where she serves as Vice Chairman for the Board of Trustees for Carnegie Hall, and a Trustee of the Museum of Modern Art. Clarissa also serves as Co-Chair of the Latin American Committee at the Guggenheim Museum. In addition, she serves as Member of Modern & Contemporary at The Philadelphia Museum of Art. Clarissa is originally from Venezuela. She has spent time living in London, Paris, California and New York City, where she now resides with her husband, Edgar Bronfman, a scion of the family behind Seagram distillers and the former CEO and chairman of the Warner Music Group, who is now a venture capitalist with a special interest in profitably reducing...carbon emissions. Clarisa Alcock San Román is the daughter of Frank Alcock Pérez-Matos, a Venezuelan oil executive of half British descent, and Dinorah San Román Strup, her Venezuelan mother.