Internet Equality

Maxine S. Broderick, Esq.
Executive Director

Maxine is the Executive Director of InternetEquality.org. Ms. Broderick began her career in the non-profit arena as an undergraduate at Fordham University. Among many philanthropic pursuits while an undergraduate, she contributed to fundraising and membership efforts at WFUV, a professionally-operated public radio station that reaches 350,000 weekly listeners.

Upon graduation, Ms. Broderick witnessed the impact of innovative humanitarian initiatives through her involvement with ORBIS, a global organization that performs medical operations aboard DC-10 aircraft to combat preventable blindness in patients in developing nations. Ms. Broderick acted as a fundraising, development and membership professional and New York office volunteer coordinator.

Ms. Broderick later joined human rights organization, Amnesty International, winner of the 1977 Nobel Peace Prize, in its member services area, where she focused on donor retention, and was responsible for matters involving programs and policies, direct mail campaigns and gift acknowledgement.

Ms. Broderick also has a background in public relations and online marketing, owing to her experience as an agency-side Account Manager for emerging technology and e-commerce companies such as Vonage, Priceline.com and NationalGeographic.com. Ms. Broderick routinely secured high profile, editorial coverage of client products and services.

As a legal professional Ms. Broderick has worked within the Viacom/MTV intellectual property department, acted as business and legal advisor to an upstart fashion house, and has recruited lateral attorneys for Am Law 100 law firms as an outside consultant.

Ms. Broderick received her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School, where she was a member of the Black Law Students Association. She is admitted to the Bar in the State of New York.