Advocate Brokerage’s Jeffrey Koslowsky Honored by Greyston Foundation for His Work as Chairman of the Board
By: Advocate Brokerage
Jeff Koslowsky, Managing Member of Indigo Asset Management and CFO of
Advocate Brokerage, was joined by his wife Denise and sons Kyle and Sam
when he was honored for his work as the former chairman of the Greyston
Foundation at an event held on May 22 in Yonkers.
Gold Sponsor Members from the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies with Roz
Binday, Jeffrey Koslowsky, and Denise Koslowsky of Advocate Brokerage.
Chubb contributed $10,000 in support of the Greyston Foundation, which
honored Jeff at a May 22 benefit for his work as the former chairman
of the Greyston Foundation board. Audrey Brenya, Kathleen McDonough, Elyse Shapiro, Robert Molitoris, Lance Sputo, and Jody Rollins attended from Chub.
Scarsdale residents Jay Musoff and Stephanie Blank with Greyston Foundation Board Member Michelle Friedman and husband Darren, attended the Greyston Foundation benefit where Jeff Koslowsky, Managing Member of Indigo Asset Management and CFO of Advocate Brokerage was honored for his work as the former chairman of the Greyston Foundation’s board of directors.
Jeff Koslowsky, CFO of Advocate Brokerage and Managing Member of Indigo Asset Management, Sarah Brown, Greyston Bakery employee, Bernie Glassman, founder of Greyston Bakery, and Ruth Suzman, member of the board of the Greyston Foundation, present the Bernie Glassman Pathmaking Award to Sarah Brown.
Jill Neff, Jeffrey Koslowsky, Denise Koslowsky, Stan Rand, and
Rhoda Koslowsky Rand
Members of Advocate Brokerage Corp, Platinum Sponsors, including Glenn Binday, Craig Cheverko, Carol Gramolini, Lynn Palma, Denise Koslowsky, and Rosalyn Binday
It was a great night for Jeffrey Koslowsky, Chief Financial Officer of Advocate Brokerage, as he received an award for his work with the Greyston Foundation at a gala benefit in Yonkers. When he served as Chairman of the Foundation’s board, he led Greyston through a financial restructuring that has transformed the organization and enabled it to grow and invest in helping the underprivileged in the Yonkers community.
Last year, the Greyston Bakery had $10 million in revenues largely due to its partnerships with Ben & Jerry’s, Whole Foods and Shake Shack The money supports a wide array of programs and services including affordable housing, a nationally-accredited child care center, HIV health services, job training and placement and a vibrant community gardens program.
The benefit raised $455,000, which included a $10,000 gift from Chubb, Advocate’s insurance partner. Jody Rollins, Kathleen McDonough, Audrey Brenya, and Lance Sputo from Chubb were there to cheer Jeff on as were his wife, Denise, his sons Sam_and Kyle, his mother Rhoda Koslowsky, step-father Stan Rand and his sister Jill Neffss, brother-in-law Glenn Binday and in-laws, Advocate Brokerage’s founders Roz and Ron Binday.
Governor Andrew Cuomo sent a special message to Jeff and the evening’s honorees, and noted that “their efforts demonstrate all that can be accomplished when you give of yourself for the advancement of a grateful society.”
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