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Pauline Pitt

Pauline Pitt

Director

Mrs. Pitt, born in New York City, lived in South Africa for five years with her then-husband Dixon Boardman and then in London, where she was a partner in the shop Treasure Island, located in Pimlico. After moving back to New York City in 1976, she established a decorating business, completing many homes in New York, Florida and Greece. Her work was published in House & Garden, House Beautiful, Veranda and Architectural Digest. She lived in Palm Beach part-time from 1980 and full-time from 2000, continuing her decorating business in Florida. Ms. Pitt has served on the boards of the Animal Medical Center and Lighthouse for the Blind, both in New York City. She is currently on the board of directors of the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League and the Par 3 Golf Course Foundation. She is the chairman of the board of the Preservation Foundation and the William H. Pitt Foundation, named for her late husband, which primarily supports education. She resides in Palm Beach and Aspen, CO.

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