Shifra Bronznick is a consultant who specializes in creating new initiatives and helping not-for-profit organizations navigate change. Shifra has consulted to a broad range of organizations including the Public Education Network, The Fresh Air…Full Bio Below »
Shifra Bronznick is a consultant who specializes in creating new initiatives and helping not-for-profit organizations navigate change. Shifra has consulted to a broad range of organizations including the Public Education Network, The Fresh Air Fund, Hebrew Union College-JIR, American Jewish World Service, the Medicare Rights Center, Ma’yan, the Charles H. Revson Foundation, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, and the United Jewish Communities.
Shifra is the founding President of Advancing Women Professionals and the Jewish Community, an initiative selected as one of the fifty most innovative and effective Jewish organizations by “Slingshot.” The co-author with Didi Goldenhar and Marty Linsky of the book, “Leveling the Playing Field,” she also is the key investigator of Visioning Justice, a research inquiry commissioned by the Nathan Cummings Foundation.
The leadership strategist to the White House Project virtually since its inception, Shifra designed the program for their National Women’s Leadership Summits, which brought together the most influential women in business, government, not-for-profit and academia. Her newest initiative for the White House Project, “Women Rule,” is a groundbreaking leadership program for women that has been launched in partnership with O, the Oprah magazine.
Shifra Bronznick is a senior fellow at the NYU Research Center for Leadership in Action at the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
Previously, Shifra served as Executive Vice-President of Swig, Weiler & Arnow Mgt. Co., Inc., one of the premier commercial real estate firms in New York.