Five-time Tony Award, two-time Drama Desk Award and two-time Olivier award-winning producer Eileen Rand has worked on and Off-Broadway for almost 25 years with long-time producing partner and spouse Jerome Rand. On Broadway, she has produced a range of hits from "Proof," "Wit" and "Columbus Blue" to "Nine to Five," "The Apothecary's Name" and "Beauty and the Beast." Rand has also produced a number of independent films, including the Sundance favorite "Shelter Here." Rand has developed two miniseries for HBO, "The Cabaret of Miss Remington's Estate" and "Aaron Burr: National Enemy." Rand is an adjunct professor in both the Theatre and Film MFA divisions at Columbia University. In 1994, Rand founded the Eileen and Jerome Rand Scholarship at Juilliard for actors showing exceptional talent and promise. In 2009, Rand received a commendation from the New York City Council for her support of the arts and her humanitarian efforts with underprivileged youth. Rand has been listed in New York Magazine's list of the 100 most influential women in New York City twice, in 2006 and 2011. In 2012, Rand starts production on a Houston-Levitt project based on the life of Marilyn Monroe. She currently lives on the Upper East Side.