Director of Foundation Outreach

Gloria has 10+ years experience working in philanthropy and is currently the Senior Scientific Consultant at a small private foundation that awards grants to research scientists in academic institutions and hospitals. After working in various research laboratory settings - including Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, a small biotech in San Francisco, Pfizer in Brooklyn, and Columbia University in NYC - she decided to leave the lab bench for the philanthropic and non-profit sector and has never looked back. Along the way, she has interned in the Office of Technology Transfer at Rockefeller University, edited content and materials for a medical education agency, and volunteered for several organizations including the All Stars Project, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and New York Cares. Gloria has an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business and a Bachelor's in Chemistry from Boston University.


Acting Financial Resource Development Director

Admitted to the bar in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Florida, and California, Elizabeth's legal work focuses primarily on helping new and emerging social entrepreneurs. As a non-profit executive with over a decade of experience, she has vast experiences in this area and has helped ensure the success and safety of numerous organizations. She also serves as the Executive Director for Keren Or, Inc., The Jerusalem Center for Blind Children with Multiple Disabilities, a position she has held since 2012. 

Elizabeth holds a Juris Doctorate from Brooklyn Law School where she attended night school while working fulltime; a Masters in Writing from the University of Warwick, UK where she received the Student Bursary Award; and a Bachelors in Psychology from Boston University where she graduated summa cum laude. Elizabeth is a member of the Administrative Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association, a Board member of Advancing Jewish Professionals of Greater New York, and a volunteer attorney with the Hebrew Immigration Aid Society. Her immigration works focuses on asylum and family petitions.  

Elizabeth is a published poet and novelist. 


Director of Inclusion

Shacottha Fields is a  career improviser, self-development coach, and storyteller.

Her specialty is inspiring risk-taking, rule-breaking, and creating a space for freedom of expression. She encourages people to be themselves unapologetically and walk to the beat of their own drum. On top of her personal experiences and abilities, She also holds a BBA in Business, is a certified practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), and performs at The Magnet Improv Theater.


Small Business Financial Management Consultant

Tuesday Brooks is a fierce champion for small business and has been an invaluable resource to Good Counsel's team and clients. An educator at heart, she is also founder and CEO of Ajoy Management Enterprise, a financial management advisory service whose mission is to foster the growth of financially-sound women-led companies. As small business owners and independent contractors, particularly women and minorities, have been hit hard by the economic impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic, Tuesday has been working with Good Counsel to facilitate the process of getting financial capital and management resources directly to clients, grantees, and loan recipients. Her generously donated time and expertise have been crucial in helping us get resources into the hands of our most vulnerable clients and grantees.


Financial Resource Development Team Lead

Asha is a rising junior at Barnard College of Columbia University majoring in urban studies with a concentration in sociology. Asha is currently the summer team lead for the Financial Resource Development team and has been working on filling out grant applications and spearheading fundraising campaigns for both Good Counsel Services and its partner organizations! Asha is originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma and in her free time, she likes to craft or watch movies!


Financial Resource Development Intern

Elizabeth is a senior majoring in economics at Smith College. She is interested in business development and social issues related to economics. She works in the Financial Resource Development department working on upcoming projects for Good Counsel Services. During her free time, she loves to explore her hometown New York City!


Financial Resource Development Intern

Samantha is currently completing her last year of college, majoring in International Business at a Mexican University. She is currently focusing on Operations, Finance, and Business Development in general with Good Counsel’s client, Future Meets Present. She wants to focus her career on the private sector – owning a business or being CEO of a transnational corporation – but always giving back to people in need and supporting the global community. She loves business, finance, helping people, ecology, feminism, and fashion. She also loves traveling and getting to know people from different cultures and backgrounds.


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New York, New York, 10001


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