Bonnie Pfeifer Evans boasts an exceptional background as a real estate agent, investor, entrepreneur, prominent model and philanthropist. She is a real estate agent for Corcoran Group Real Estate; a small business owner of Healthy Chocolate NY, a distributor for Xocai Healthy Chocolates; and is Co-Trustee of the Charles Evans Foundation, which honors the memory of her late husband.
Ms. Evans was the Founding Director of the modeling industry's first non-profit organization in the early nineties, the DISHES Project for Pediatric AIDS (Determined Involved Super-role models Helping to End Suffering), which merged in 1998 with Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the nation's leading fund raising and grant writing industry-related AIDS organization. She has received prestigious awards such as the Women’s Theatre Project’s “Women of Achievement” Award, Northern Lights Alternatives’ “Vision Award,” Little Flower Children’s Services of New York’s “Recognition Award,” Youth EnterNet’s “Issues Awareness Award,” the “Manhattan Magazine Award,” and Edwin Gould Services for Children & Families’ “Humanitarian Award” and Honoree of their “Dream Extreme Kite Boarding Challenge” for battered families. She resides in New York where she continues to touch the lives of many and extends her helping hands to those in need.