Announcements Aldis Hodge Appointed Trustee Of The Horological Society Of New York
The Horological Society of New York (HSNY) declares the arrangement of entertainer and horological fashioner Aldis Hodge as its most current Trustee. Hodge is an honor winning entertainer, celebrated for his parts in motion pictures like The Invisible Man, Clemency, Hidden Figures, and Straight Outta Compton. Furthermore, Hodge is an accomplished horologist who serves on the foundation of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève . The Society’s ten Trustees assume a significant part in the activity of the association, as they are liable for guaranteeing that it keeps on maintaining the interests of the public.
Nicholas Manousos and Aldis Hodge at the HSNY 2019 Gala & Charity Auction
In expansion, Nicholas Manousos (once in the past HSNY President) succeeds Edwin Hydeman as Executive Director. Manousos additionally serves on the Academy of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève and is the Technical Editor for HODINKEE. John Teifert, Technical Manager for LVMH Watches & Jewelry , accepts the job of President, and John Davis, Director of Service Operations, Rolex Watch USA , expects the job of Vice President. Teifert and Davis prevail in their jobs as Vice President and Trustee, respectively.
Founded in 1866, HSNY has explored through world encompassing wars, miseries, and pandemics, while continually keeping up its central goal to propel the craftsmanship and study of horology. As New York City starts to re-open, HSNY’s group is centered around making a positive commitment to horology through its instructive and humanitarian projects. To date in 2020, HSNY has granted $155,000 in monetary help to watchmaking understudies , schools , and experts .
“The challenges we face in this turbulent year have quickened change across all parts of the watchmaking business,” said HSNY’s new Executive Director Manousos. “I’m anticipating meeting those difficulties head-on with HSNY’s team.”
“It is an honor and an advantage to join the lofty Board of Trustees for a particularly effective association,” said Hodge. “It is my expectation that, in my time at HSNY, I will actually want to be a resource in progressing and improving the appreciation, schooling, and love of horology around the world.”