Leslie Griesbach Schultz
Interim Chief Executive Officer
Leslie Griesbach Schultz has been working with non-profit organizations and their senior management teams for more than 30 years. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Leslie practiced law for 20 years, representing health care providers, public transportation agencies, and other mission-based organizations. Throughout her career, she has worked extensively to develop and guide new partnerships among non-profits, designed to create innovative models of care, service and mutual support. In 2005, Leslie left her law partnership at the law firm Manatt, Phelps and Phillips, to become President of BRIC, a leading New York City arts and independent media non-profit. While at BRIC, Leslie led a successful effort to develop a 40,000 square-foot interdisciplinary arts and media venue, raise the profile and impact of BRIC’s work, and ensure that BRIC most effectively achieved its mission to make cultural programs free and accessible on a large scale and to meaningfully support Brooklyn artists and media-makers. Leslie grew up in Fairfield County and now lives in Brooklyn NY.
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Board of Directors
bruce heller – Chair
Claude Bernstein - Jane Carlin -
Norman Cole - Scott Davis - Carmen Domonkos -
Marianne Drost - Anthony Gaglio, Jr. - Larry L. Gilmore
Larry Goldberg - Mary Grande - Steve Hoover
Mandeep Johar - Len Larrabee - Wendy Lewis
Kay Maxwell - Pat Mendelsohn - Stephen Napier
Gary Neems - Randall Skigen - Reda Supe
William Avery - Donna Christensen - Nancy Gramps
Kim Henderson - Dave Hunt - Marcia Meinerth
Bob Mendelsohn - Jim Metzger - Cathy Ostuw
Lud Spinelli - Rabbi Jay TelRav
The Rev. Dr. Jim Wheeler