Jane Hoffman, 60, is president and chair of the board of directors of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals, a nonprofit organization that provides resources to about 150 animal shelters and rescue groups in New York. The Alliance—the largest and longest running collaboration of animal rescue groups and animal shelters in the United States—aims to increase adoptions as well as spaying and neutering to reduce the euthanasia of cats and dogs in New York City. The Alliance works routinely with NYC Animal Care & Control, the nonprofit group under contract with the city’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene that provides animal control services.
Hoffman worked as a tax librarian at Dewey Ballantine while taking night classes at Brooklyn Law School, earning a law degree in 1984. She gained connections as a tax associate at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett from 1985-88. Later, she worked in-house for a management consulting firm and had her own practice.
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