Mitchell Brodsky, Treasurer
Mitchell Brodsky currently works as the Digital Archives Project Manager at the New York Philharmonic. For almost two years, he has been coordinating and managing the digitization and online presentation of the NYP Digital Archives which will hold 1.3 million pages of music scores, programs, business records, images, press clippings, and more by the end of 2012. Prior to this, he was the Digital Archivist at the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, where he led a mass digitization project and presented at the 2009 International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies conference. Mr. Brodsky received
his MLIS from Rutgers University, prior to which he received an MM from Mannes College, The New School for Music. While at Rutgers, he worked in the Scholarly Communications Center, helping to develop the New Jersey Digital Highway’s EZ-Start program intended to encourage local cultural memory institutions to participate in NJDH, New Jersey’s statewide digital repository.
In addition to his archival work, Mitch enjoys an active freelance career as a trumpet and cornet player.