Desde sep 2011
|Nacimiento:||1944 en Nueva York, New York, Estados Unidos|
|Residencia:||Reside en Nueva York, New York, Estados Unidos|
Daniel Brodsky (born 1944) is an American real estate developer, art collector, and serves as chairman of the board at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, since 2011. He is married to art historian and philanthropist Estrellita Brodsky, the daughter of immigrants from Venezuela and Uruguay. Mrs. Brodsky, who obtaining a PhD from New York University Institute of Fine Arts in 2009, is one of the Top International Collectors in Latino American Art. Brodsky has served the boards of the American Museum of Natural History and the Municipal Art Society and is currently a trustee of the New York City Ballet. In 2011, he was elected chairman of the Metropolitan Museum of Art where he had previously served on its Real Estate Council (1984), as a trustee of the museum, and vice chairman of the Buildings Committee. He established the Brodsky Family Fellowship at New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service which provides scholarships for students studying in the areas of urban economic development, housing policy, and affordable housing. In 2012, following the appointment at the Met, the by-laws of the museum were formally amended to recognize the office of the chairman as having authority over the assignment and review of the both the offices of president and director of the museum. The office of Chairman was first introduced relatively late in the museum's history in the 1960s in contemplation of the anticipated donation of the Lehman collection to the museum and has since that time, under Brodsky, become the most senior administrative position at the museum Daniel Brodsky is the Senior Partner of the Brodsky Organization, a family real estate business which has specialized in large scale residential and mixed-use development in Manhattan and Brooklyn over the last seventy years. The Brodsky Organization manages over 7,000 residential units, as well as retail and office space. He is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York.