President’s Office Appoints
Chief of Staff
In May, President Shirley Ann Jackson announced that she had appointed Elisha (Lolly) Mozersky, an experienced professional in administrative services, as chief of staff to the president, effective June 3. She is a member of the President’s Cabinet and coordinates planning for the Institute.
“Mozersky has assembled a proven track record of successful accomplishments across a wide spectrum of assignments and responsibilities,” President Jackson said in her announcement.
Most recently, Mozersky was chief of staff at the I. Grace Company in New York City. Working with the CEO and other leaders over the past four years, she was responsible for all administrative processes and office services. Prior to that assignment, she served as director of administrative services for three years and assistant to the chairman/CEO for three years at the I. Grace Company.
She previously served as finance associate and assistant office manager at the New York City public relations firm Dunwoodie Communications. She has also performed similar roles at clothing manufacturer Bernard Chaus Inc. and legal publishing house Clark Boardman Callaghan.
Her background also includes experience in the performing arts. She was a teaching artist at the
Theater Development Fund and Lincoln Center Institute in New York City. She has acted in several theater, film, and television productions in New York City and elsewhere.
Mozersky received her bachelor of arts degree from the University of Toronto and earned a master of business administration degree from Columbia University Business School. She also holds a master of fine arts degree from Binghamton University.