March 24, 2022
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NEW YORK – Safe Horizon, the nation’s largest victim services agency, announced Jeff Brodsky as its new board chair today.
Brodsky is a Senior Advisor at Morgan Stanley. In this role, he works directly with senior leaders and the Board of Directors on a range of employee-related matters, including succession planning, compensation, and diversity & inclusion. Additionally, he provides coaching to other leaders.
He has been on Safe Horizon’s board for a decade. In his time with the organization, Brodsky has provided important guidance and strong fund-raising support. He brings his many years of expertise and will offer guidance on ongoing HR issues, including Safe Horizon’s advocacy efforts to increase pay across the sector.
“Safe Horizon does life-saving work every day, and it has been my honor to help support that work,” Brodsky said. “I look forward to taking on an even more active role.”
“Jeff brings incredible expertise and deep commitment to Safe Horizon,” said Liz Roberts, CEO of Safe Horizon. “Over the years, I have seen firsthand how much compassion he has for survivors of violence and abuse. I know that, as much as his professional experience, will make him an excellent board chair.”
Mike Slocum is the outgoing board chair. He is returning to the board after his three-year term as chair.
A complete list of Board Members can be found on Safe Horizon’s website at Board of Directors.
About Safe Horizon
Established in 1978, Safe Horizon is the nation’s largest and leading non-profit victim services agency. It touches the lives of more than 250,000 children, adults, and families affected by crime and abuse throughout New York City each year. Safe Horizon envisions a society free of family and community violence, leading the way by empowering victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, and human trafficking to move from crisis to confidence. Safe Horizon’s mission is to provide support, prevent violence and promote justice for victims of crime and abuse, their families, and communities. For more information, please visit safehorizon.org.