Stonewall’s 50th Anniversary Gala


Please join us as we celebrate 50 years at Stonewall National Museum & Archives. The Gala will include a gourmet dinner, cocktails, live and silent auctions, entertainment and so much more! This prestigious event is projected to raise $500,000 to support Stonewall’s library, archives, programming, exhibitions, and Stonewall’s National Education Project (SNEP). Over 500+ guests and VIPs are expected to attend.

When: February 25, 2023
Where: Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Cocktail Hour
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM Reception

Entertainment by the Synergy Twins

Sean Gnekow
David Hochberg

Dr. Harvey Abrams & Michael Sites
Harold Brody & Donald Smith
Dr. James Doan & Brad Zuckerman
Ronald Herron
Leonard & Dr. Suzanne Kesten
Donald Oravec & James Harper
Joe Pumphrey & Carl Whitley
Michael Sporn

First honoree: Margaret-Mary G. Wilson, M.D

Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of UnitedHealth Group

Margaret-Mary Wilson, M.D., was named Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of UnitedHealth Group in December 2021. Dr. Wilson helps advance the company’s clinical innovations and lead efforts to develop a modern, sustainable high-performing health system that addresses critical needs and opportunities around improving health equity, expanding access, lowering costs, and improving outcomes and experiences for patients, payers, and providers. She joined UnitedHealth Group in 2008 and most recently served as Associate Chief Medical Officer. Prior to that she served at UnitedHealthcare Clinical Services and then as Chief Medical Officer for UnitedHealthcare Global, where she was responsible for ensuring a high-performance, high-reliability global clinical care delivery business.

Before joining UnitedHealthcare in 2008, Dr. Wilson was an associate professor of Internal and Geriatric Medicine at St. Louis University, Missouri, where she also served as director of Geriatric Ambulatory Services and director of the Ortho-Geriatric Service. Her experience also includes direct patient care, medical education, patient safety, quality improvement, risk management, and global healthcare systems management in a variety of health care settings in Africa, the United Kingdom, South America, and the United States.

Dr. Wilson is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Healthcare Quality Management, and completed a Clinical Cardiology fellowship at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School in Hammersmith Hospital, U.K. She has received numerous awards in medicine, including UnitedHealth Group’s inaugural Sages Interdisciplinary Collaboration Award, the Kathy Humphrey Award for Excellence in the promotion of cultural diversity in medical education, the St. Louis University William Osler Teaching Award for excellence in clinical teaching, the Gladney Diversity Award for outstanding performance as a medical educator, and the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s Chevening Award.

In 2021, Dr. Wilson was named one of the Top 100 most influential African Americans in Business by the National Diversity Council and one of the Top 100 elite women in 2021 by Diversity Journal. She has published more than 70 articles in peer-reviewed medical journals and textbooks.

Leader of Tomorrow Recipient: Zander Moricz

Executive Director and Founder of SEE Alliance

Zander Moricz is the founder and Executive Director of the SEE Alliance–a coalition of 2,000 grassroots organizers across the United States and the central plaintiff in the Don’t Say Gay Lawsuit against Governor Ron DeSantis and the state of Florida. Due to SEE’s uniquely impactful advocacy methods, it has become one of the most well-funded youth organizations in history and is registering tens of thousands of youth voters, opening youth-led community centers in the places marginalized students are most at risk, leading mass protests, and resourcing and connecting local community action projects.

Zander is dedicated to bringing Gen-Z beyond social media and back into their communities to lead real-world organizing efforts. His activism has been written about in the Washington Post, Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, The Hill, Politico, Vice, The Independent, USA Today, ABC, the Boston Globe, and NBC. He has also given commentary repeatedly on Good Morning America, CNN, and MSNBC. He’s given testimony at the Department of Education, the Florida Senate, Woodhull’s Sexual Freedom Summit, and the Institute of Politics as well.

Zander is one of GLAAD’s 20 under 20, LGBTQ Nation’s 2022 Hero of the Year, one of Into’s 20 under 20, one of Seventeen Magazine’s Voices of the Year, The Spirit of Matthew Shepard Award recipient, the Standing Strong Award recipient, Equality Florida’s Voice of Equality Award recipient, and the recipient of the Frank Kameny award. Over the next two years, Zander will lead SEE in registering 75,000 youth voters in Florida alone.


Stonewall is grateful to the following funders for their support of our operations and programs.

Funding for this organization is provided in part by the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County, Florida, As recommended by the Broward Cultural Council.

This project is sponsored in part by the Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council of Arts and Culture and the State of Florida.
Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed by Stonewall National Museum & Archives, do not necessarily represent those of Florida Humanities of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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