Mila Brogan has 20 years of executive experience working in the areas of corporate governance, ESG/CSR, restructuring and business transformation, board management, corporate culture, and human capital oversight. She has worked with public and private companies, associations and nonprofits, NGOs, government and quasi-governmental entities; institutional investors; and ivy league academic institutions.
Ms. Brogan currently works with Broadridge Financial Solutions internally and externally on thought-leadership and strategic initiatives around corporate governance, ESG and CSR, and engagement between issuers and investors. She also facilitates the work of the 20-member Independent Steering Committee, an oversight body charged with monitoring the performance, accuracy and readiness of Broadridge in conducting the U.S. street name proxy system.
Prior to joining Broadridge, Ms. Brogan served as Vice President of Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) and spearheaded Business Transformation & Innovation at the Central Park Conservancy, one of the world's foremost non-profit organizations responsible for managing the most iconic and visited urban park in the world. She has served as COO of the Society for Corporate Governance; Executive Director of endowed research and advocacy institutes on corporate governance at Yale and Columbia Universities; and Deputy Director & Head of Research for the NYS Office of the Governor - Commission for Public Authority Reform.
Additional experience includes Policy Research at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, Director of International Business for the New York City Office of the Mayor, the NYC Economic Development Corporation; Director of BoardServe NYC nonprofit board training and recruitment program; and Director of Marketing at the Weissman Center for International Business at CUNY.
She has served on multiple nonprofit boards and consults to nonprofits and companies. Ms. Brogan currently serves on the board of the Millstein Center at Columbia Law School and the Program Committee of the Advisory Board of the NJ Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors. Previous board service includes Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children NYC (CASA-NYC) and One Stop Senior Services / JASA.
Ms. Brogan holds a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs in Media, Communications and Advocacy; an M.Phil from the CUNY Graduate Center in International Political Economy focusing on Sustainability, and a dual B.A. in Politics and History from NYU.