David L. Hertz
David L. Hertz, Ed.D., joined SUS in June, 2008 as the first Chief Development Officer in the organization's 30 year history.
is responsible for developing SUS' resources in the private sector - individuals, foundations and corporations - as well as creating a sustainable fundraising capacity.
Prior to joining SUS, he served five years as the Senior Director of Institutional Advancement for Boys & Girls Harbor, NYC, where he led an annual campaign ranging between $5-7 million from private sector donors and consistently increased new donor giving.
Previous to that position, Mr. Hertz was Founder and Managing Director of QED Consulting, a management consulting firm serving Fortune 500 clients with strategies and programs targeted to address issues of organizational change and management education.
Mr. Hertz'searlier career was as an administrator and teacher at NYC independent schools, including Ethical Culture - Fieldston, Dalton and Collegiate schools
He is a Life Trustee of the Albert G. Oliver Program which provides access to selective independent schools for African American and Latino youth in New York City.
Mr. Hertz earned his doctorate at Teachers College, Columbia University.