Antoinette Klatzky is the Program Director for the Eileen Fisher Community Foundation and co-creator of the Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute (EFLI).
Founded in 2010, the Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute promotes leadership in young women through self-empowerment, connection with others and activism in their communities. Through her work with the Foundation, Antoinette has also co-developed the Choose Handloom project, a Human Rights initiative in the Eileen Fisher supply chain community in India, helped to start the GREEN EILEEN recycled clothing initiative and continues to facilitate leadership programming and empowerment workshops. Antoinette is passionate about facilitating a profound connection to self, each other and the larger community in service of local and global systemic change.
Antoinette graduated from Bucknell University with a B.A. in Geography, International Relations and Spanish and furthered her education with the International Honors Program: Rethinking Globalization and the Presencing Institute’s MasterClass.
She has been recognized by the YWCA’s Salute to Women and Racial Justice as a ‘Person to Watch,’ honored by the Westchester County Board of Legislators for her work with the Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute and, most recently, recognized with the Westchester Business Council’s Rising Stars 40 Under Forty award. Antoinette serves on the boards of the Westchester Women’s Agenda, Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic Action Fund, InterGenerate, WESPAC (advisory board), and Theatre of the Oppressed NYC.