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Stanley Brezenoff, American health facility administrator.

Background

Brezenoff, Stanley was born on December 3, 1937 in Brooklyn. Son of David and Ethel (Lachterman) Brezenoff.

Education

Bachelor in Philosophy, Brooklyn College, 1960.

Career

District director, community organizer, New York City Community Development Agency, 1966-1967;director program operations, New York City Community Development Agency, 1967;program officer, Ford Foundation, New York City, 1967-1968;special assistant to vice president, Ford Foundation, New York City, 1969-1971;program officer for youth services, Ford Foundation, New York City, 1971-1978;commissioner, New York City Department Employment, 1978;administrator, commissioner, New York City Health and Hospital Corporation, 1979-1981;president, New York City Health and Hospital Corporation, 1981-1984;chairman, New York City Health and Hospital Corporation, 1984;deputy mayor for human services, New York City, 1984;deputy mayor for operations, New York City, 1984;1st deputy mayor, New York City, 1985;executive director, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, New York City, since 1990;president, MaimonidesMedical Center, Brooklyn. Member Board Metropolitan Transportation Authority, mayoral liaison to New York City Board Edition and CUNY, 1985. Senior program advisor Commonwealth Fund, 1990.

Connections

1 child, Kenneth.