Amy Glickman is an attorney who commits her time to non-profit strategic planning, governance, and advocacy. She is an active Board Director and Treasurer of The New Press, a non-profit book publisher, and was a longtime board member, and most recently Board Vice President, of the Children’s Law Center, a non-profit law firm funded by the NYS Office of Court Administration. Until 2016, she was a Deputy General Counsel at Time Inc., where she advised senior corporate executives on structuring deals in an era of transformative change in the media and entertainment industries, worked with leading journalists and editors on legal review of major investigative news stories, and was the primary counsel to Fortune and Essence. Earlier, Amy practiced at the law firms of Covington & Burling in London and Cahill Gordon & Reindel in New York City.
She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College, received a law degree from Yale, and is a member of the Yale Development Council and the Yale Law School Association Executive Committee. Amy and her husband, Andy Kuritzkes, joined Central in 2001 and Amy currently co-chairs the Central in Action bail reform campaign. Their two daughters attended Hebrew school and became b’not mitzvah at Central.