Tabraiz Lodhi


Tabraiz is supporting the New York City-based Human Services Council to assess the state of their sector in the wake of COVID-19 and identify concrete ways to help member organizations move forward. He also serves as a city support lead for the international Bloomberg Philanthropies Innovation Teams program.

Prior to joining Bennett Midland, Tabraiz developed a Court Watch program for the End New Jim Crow Action Network (ENJAN) in Poughkeepsie, giving residents the power to hold their local courts to account and promote procedural transparency in the justice system. He has also conducted research on the ethical and financial dimensions of high-frequency trading as a research intern at the Seven Pillars Institute for Global Finance and Ethics. Tabraiz holds a BA in Philosophy from Vassar College.

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New York City Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice

Task Force on Behavioral Health and the Criminal Justice System

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Operations and Implementation
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Health and Well-Being, Justice