Elyse Arnow Brill

Elyse works as a consultant to businesses and nonprofits in the area of strategic marketing and planning. She is a co-author of Offensive Marketing: An Action Guide to Gaining Competitive Advantage and of the 8th edition of Global Marketing Management. She has been an adjunct professor at the Lubin School of Business at Pace University, developing curricula and co-teaching graduate courses in strategic marketing planning and global marketing, as well as giving guest lectures at the doctoral level on these topics and their interface with corporate social responsibility.

Elyse is active in regional nonprofit and foundation boards including serving as president of the Pound Ridge Land Conservancy, district leader of the Pound Ridge Democratic Committee, and on the board of Scenic Hudson. She is the managing partner of Alpacatrax, LLC., a producer of quality alpaca fiber, yarns and fleeces. The alpaca are raised on the Arnow Family Farm on 220 acres in Columbia County, overlooking the Catskill Mountains. She is a graduate of Kirkland College and received her JD from Suffolk University Law School and her MBA from Pace University. She and her husband, Joshua Arnow, live in Pound Ridge and have three children.

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