The Board of Directors of The Brotherhood Sister Sol was chosen as one of the five finalists for the Volunteer Consulting Group’s (VCG) inaugural Brooke V. Mahoney Award for Outstanding Board Leadership. BroSis was selected out of the thousands of nonprofits throughout New York City. VCG is a nonprofit organization that works regionally and nationally to strengthen the governing and management capability of nonprofit boards of directors. VCG is the creator and sponsor of www.boardnetUSA.org.
Rahsan-Rahsan Lindsay (Co-Chair)
Chief Executive Officer, MediaCo
Clara Markowicz (Co-Chair)
Dr. Farah Griffin (Co-Vice Chair)
William B. Ransford Professor of English, Comparative Literature and African American Studies, Columbia University
Ross Haime (Co- Vice Chair)
Agent - Innovative Artists
Stephen C. Graham (Treasurer)
Investment Banker (retired)
Dr. B. Alan Echtenkamp (Secretary)
Founder, Organizational Psychologist, Slingshot Leadership
Paul E. Butler
President and Chief Transformation Officer, New America
Founder, V and C Custom, Inc.
Residential Real Estate Broker, COMPASS
Damon Hewitt, Esq.
President and Executive Director, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Distinguished Lecturer (retired), Austin W. Marxe School of Public & International Affairs, Baruch College (CUNY)
Writer; Professor of Writing and Literature (retired)
Rashida K. La Lande, Esq.
Global General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Kraft Heinz
Founder and Senior Partner, Frontline Solutions
Ravi J. Mallik
Managing Partner Sand, Dollar Capital
Investment Partner, 2M Companies, Inc.
Dr. Pedro A. Noguera
Dean, Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California
Michelle Ores, Esq.
Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Hanky Panky
Chief Executive Officer, Revolt TV
Director of Secondary School Placement, New Canaan Country School
Parent Member; Teacher (Retired), Central Park East II
Youth Alumna, Licensed Massage Therapist
Reverend John Vaughn
Executive Pastor, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, GA
Vice President of Growth, Forte.io
Tiffany R. Warren
Executive Vice President, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Sony Music Group
Douglas H. White, Esq.
Former Commissioner for Human Rights, New York State and former Commissioner of Personnel, City of New York
Writer and Producer
of BroSis alumni have graduated from high school or earned a GED
"What brought me to The Brotherhood Sister Sol is that this organization is attempting to find relevant solutions to the desperate situations facing our young people in the community. The services they provide are invaluable. They are a significant island in a vast sea."
"I’ve stood on platforms around the world…many occasions that would be…auspicious, important. I have been anointed, I have been blessed and I have been admired, and I am now at my eighty-third year in life. I can honestly say with total recall, that no other event has ever meant this much to me as this evening, this very moment, in my public life."