托比-尤尼克斯先生是慈善影响力协会(π)的创始人,三十年来致力于全球和地区的人文环境建设,为全球最具影响力的公司,慈善组织和社会企业提供建议和解决方案。

在此之前,尤尼克斯先生担任世界著名的艺术公司佳士得拍卖行的“公司对社会责任”首席执行官和国际总管。在职期间,他带领同事与客户,供应商和外部观察员一道,共同实践佳士得在全球范围内的社会责任,做有灵魂的艺术运营。

尤尼克斯先生还担任佳士得国际的高级副总裁和企业形象国际主管;也曾担任过纽约时报集团的公共关系副总管,科技咨讯公司刀片鱼的全球宣传总管和美国运通的国际公关主管。

在过去的二十年中,他还服务于名为“纽约州我荣进程”的人权组织,并从2011年起担任纽约艺术基金的主管职位。

他共同领导了美国人文社会组织的宣传意见委员会,并于2014年成为拍卖家,在过去几年中为各种非营利组织拍卖募款超过一百三十万美元。

同时他持有私人飞机驾照,和他的先生一起生活在纽约曼哈顿。

尤斯尼克先生还作为JASA的拍卖人,将连续第四年为夕阳红鸡尾酒会拍卖筹款,这四年来他已经为纽约的老年人筹款达二十万美元。

 

Toby Usnik is the founder of Philanthropic Impact Partners (π), a global advisory firm that draws on three decades of experience working with the world’s most influential corporations, philanthropists, and social innovators to tackle problems—both global and local—and build a shared sense of community.

Prior to launching (π), Mr. Usnik was Chief Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Officer and International Director at Christie’s, the world’s leading art business. In this role, he worked with colleagues, clients, vendors and outside observers to execute Christie’s CSR initiatives globally under its Art+Soul umbrella. Previously, Mr. Usnik was Senior Vice President and International Head of Corporate Communications, Christie’s International and also held roles as the Executive Director of Public Relations for The New York Times Company, Director of Global Communications at Razorfish and Director of International Public Affairs at American Express.

For nearly two decades he served as a board member of the Empire State Pride Agenda civil rights organization and since 2011 has been a director of The New York Foundation for Arts. He co-leads the Communications Advisory Council for the Humane Society of the United States and since beginning to auctioneer in 2014, has raised more than $1.3 million for nonprofit organizations.

He is also a private pilot and resides with his husband in Manhattan.

Mr. Usnik will serve as Auctioneer of JASA’s Celebrating Seniors Cocktail Reception for the fourth year, and to date, has helped to raise nearly $200,000 for New York’s seniors.