Richard Liebowitz

Senior Consultant (he/him)

Richard Liebowitz smiling in a white shirt with London in the background

Richard collaborates with nonprofits to optimize their data strategies and drive impactful results. With a strong technical background, he ensures organizations can harness the power of data to meet their goals. Beyond technical skills, Richard excels at identifying potential in team members and advocating for their professional growth. He believes that fostering a supportive and growth-oriented environment is crucial for the long-term success of any organization.

Since 2009, Richard has dedicated his career to the nonprofit sector, making significant contributions at notable organizations such as the ACLU and New York Public Radio. At the ACLU, he was instrumental in developing the data model behind the Nationwide Fundraising Model, which aligned data practices across all 53 affiliate organizations and enhanced visibility into their donor portfolios. As an analytics engineer at Brooklyn Data Co., Richard consulted for a diverse range of clients, translating business models into effective data strategies, enabling data governance, and providing comprehensive training to ensure sustainability and continued growth.

Richard holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Collaborative Piano from the Royal College of Music, a Bachelors in Music from Syracuse University, and graduated from the Pre-College Division at The Juilliard School. Outside of his professional achievements, Richard enjoys hiking with his husband, Daniel, and their dog, Juni. He also continues to make music, playing euphonium and trombone with his local brass band in London.