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Sue Hostetler Wrigley

Sue is an award-winning journalist, magazine editor, author, and philanthropist. As Art Basel Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief from 2008 to 2020, she spearheaded the publication's intellectual focus on current issues in contemporary arts and launched a venerable annual Women in the Art's luncheon. She's written dozens of articles for various worldwide magazines and authored three books: Majestic Metropolitan Living, Hip Hollywood Homes, and Oceans. Sue was host of Plum Homes With Sue Hostetler on Plum TV, winning a Suncoast Emmy Award in 2008.

She currently serves on the boards of cultural institutions including Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Aspen, CO; New Museum in New York City; and Norton Museum in Palm Beach, FL and was previously a board member of Ballroom Marfa in Marfa, TX; The Aspen Country Day School; and International Center of Photography in New York City.

William “Beau” Wrigley Jr.

Beau is a visionary business leader with decades of world-class experience in global brand building. He is currently Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Parallel, one of the fastest growing, multi‐state health and wellness cannabis companies in the United States.

Beau is the former Chairman President, and CEO of the family‐founded Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company. In 2008, he oversaw the company’s sale to privately held Mars, Incorporated. Currently, Beau is Chairman and CEO of Wrigley Management Inc., a family office, and President of Wychwood Asset Management LLC and WWJR Enterprises.

Beau has served on boards or been actively involved in companies across the technology, media and health and wellness spaces, as well as more traditional companies such as Hyatt Hotels and JM Smucker. Beau serves on the board of the not-for-profit organization, the Everglades Foundation and was the founder of the Ocean Health Index, the first comprehensive global measurement of ocean health.