Amy Glickman is an attorney who commits her time to nonprofit strategic planning, governance, and criminal law reform advocacy. At Central, she serves on the Finance Committee and co-chaired the Central in Action team of lay leaders, who advise clergy and help guide direct service and advocacy initiatives.
Amy is a member of the leadership team of the Religious Action Center (RAC)-NY (a statewide association of 99 Reform Jewish congregations engaged in advocacy and education), the advisory board of Our Generation Speaks (a Brandeis-based nonprofit that connects Israeli and Palestinian entrepreneurs), and the board of The New Press (a nonprofit progressive book publisher). She was a deputy general counsel at Time Inc., where she advised leading journalists and editors on investigative news stories and senior media and entertainment executives on structuring deals in an era of transformative change. Earlier, she practiced law at Covington & Burling in London and Cahill Gordon & Reindel in New York City.
She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard-Radcliffe Colleges, received a law degree from Yale, and served as a member of the Yale Law School Association Executive Committee and the Yale Development Council. Amy and her husband Andy Kuritzkes have been Central members for 20 years, and their two daughters became b’not mitzvah at Central.