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Ali Brodie Receives ADL National Leadership Award

  • April 30, 2012

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has announced that Alissa Brodie, of Denver, is the recipient of the 2012 Daniel R. Ginsberg Leadership Award, which recognizes outstanding leadership in the fight against anti-Semitism, racism and all forms of prejudice.  The annual award presentation was held on April 29 at the ADL Shana Glass National Leadership Conference, a gathering of nearly 500 Jewish community leaders in Washington, DC.

“It is with great pride that we acknowledge Ali Brodie’s efforts and thank her for her commitment of time and energy, which greatly contribute to the success of the League’s mission of fighting anti-Semitism and prejudice of all forms,” said Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director.

Ali Brodie is an immigration law attorney at AB Immigration Law in Denver.  She is a Member of League’s Mountain States Regional Board, where she has chaired the League’s Glass Partners-in-Leadership Institute, an ADL program that encourages young professionals to get involved in community leadership through training and advocacy workshops.  Brodie has also participated actively in ADL’s advocacy work and development efforts.

“ADL is stronger because of Ali Brodie,” said Scott L. Levin, ADL Mountain States Regional Director.  “Our region has benefited immensely from her leadership and dedication to make our communities more inclusive and respectful of all.”

Since 1995, ADL has conferred the Daniel Ginsberg Leadership Award to outstanding individuals from around the country who demonstrate knowledge of, and working commitment to the policies and activities of ADL, as well as those who have the ability to add to the League’s deliberations at the national level.  The award, named in honor of the late Daniel R. Ginsberg, a former New York Regional Board Chairman and ADL National Commissioner, is generously endowed by his friends and family.