Leadership Council

Become a "BRC Champions" Leadership Council member today

With nearly 50 years offering a hand up to homeless New Yorkers, we rely on dedicated supporters who believe deeply in our mission and goal to provide caring and effective services that help each individual on their path from homelessness to home.

Become a "BRC Champions" Leadership Council Member Today

In fact, we have a special group of like-minded individuals who believe so deeply in our work that they have decided to raise funds and awareness, volunteer and—champion all facets of BRC, our work and the people we serve.  They are our “BRC Champions.”

Within this group of champions, we will have a select group of dynamic individuals who will be working closely with BRC staff and administration on special projects, fundraisers, and volunteer events.  This is our “BRC Champions” Leadership Council.

As an active “BRC Champions” Leadership Council member, you will enjoy:

  • Mentorship with the BRC Board of Directors
  • Socializing and networking event for like-minded professionals who have a passion for service
  • Opportunities to learn about policy and nonprofit management
  • Executive-level experience

Our Leadership Council helps BRC by:

  • Inviting existing networks to BRC fundraising events
  • Raising funds and/or donating to support BRC's mission
  • Providing expertise to assist on projects
  • Volunteering
  • Assisting in large and small-scale BRC fundraising events

We ask you to consider becoming a BRC Champion Leadership Council member and help build a more compassionate city.

To learn more about our Leadership Council or join, please complete this form and contact Miguel Guadalupe, Director of Donor Relations at mguadalupe@brc.org.

BRC Champions Leadership Council 

Ricardo Arguello     Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Ivana Bouras     Oppenheimer & Co.

Aki Cipriani     Chrohn's & Colitis Foundation

Craig Collins     Gympass

Thomas Constabile     Perform Group

Sara Corcoran         Sandler Seating

Barrett Feldman     PSF Projects

Tamar Frumkin        Skyline AI

Jenny Guerrerio     McKinsey & Company

Brittany Gurkin     JLL

Mokihana Gushi     HBO

Chrissy Hagen     Al-Karam North America

Elizabeth Jaffe     BlackRock

Jai Lakhanpal     Center for Vascular Medicine

Alison Lisnow     PwC Strategy&

William Liu     Anaplan

Bohdan Matkowsky     Krispy Krunchy Foods

Shaun McElhenny     Thompson Hine, LLP

Joseph B. McElligott, IV     Guggenheim Partners, LLC

Ross Oshinsky     Centerview Partners

Esteban Reichberg     Matiz Architecture & Design

Samuel Rogers     Lymphoma Research Foundation

Dan Sills     SapientRazorfish

Arvind Sohoni     New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA)

Jose Stevenson-Rodriguez     Federal Reserve Bank of NY

Tise Taiwo   Galt & Company

Kin Tam   RIA in a Box, LLC

John Tucker     WeWork

Evelysse Vargas     NYC Board of Education Retirement System

Andres Villalon     ACLU

David Walter     Moody's

Joanne Wong     ABN AMRO

From the Desk of Muzzy

Rather than create wealth for private developers, could we use the same shelter contract to create housing for low-income people?

Muzzy Rosenblatt,
CEO & President