Indrajit is a Managing Director of Credit Suisse in the Investment Banking division, based in New York. He is Head of Prime Services Risk as well as Head of Prime Services Americas, and is responsible for funding and liquidity for the Equity division.
Dr. Bardhan joined Credit Suisse in 2009 from Merrill Lynch where he was COO of Prime Services responsible for Risk, Profitability and Strategy, and head of Funding, Capital and Liquidity for the Equities division. Prior to Merrill Lynch, Mr. Bardhan spent 13 years with Goldman Sachs Securities Services in New York and London where he traded a range of products including convertibles, warrants, stock loan and delta one products.
Dr. Bardhan holds a Bachelors degree from IIT in Mumbai India as well as a Masters and Ph.D. in Operations Research from Columbia University’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Dr. Bardhan lives in New York with his wife and four children.
Indrajit is involved in strategic planning for 1in6.
Ned is currently the CEO of the Tennyson Center for Children, a nonprofit organization that provides therapeutic and residential services to Colorado children who have suffered severe abuse or neglect, or have significant mental health or developmental issues.
Prior to joining the Tennyson Center, Ned was the Partnership and Programmatic Investment EVP at Wounded Warrior Project. Before that, he spent 28 years working for a series of US and international nonprofits focused on eradicating global water and sanitation poverty. He was CEO of Water For People from 2009-2015, during which time he won the 2011 Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship for his role in reshaping WASH sector programming, funding flows, and monitoring.
Ned’s commitment to 1in6 stems from his personal experiences recovering from childhood sexual abuse, his passion for helping adult survivors find their healing paths, and his belief that greater awareness of this issue is central to its eventual demise.
Ned will assist in furthering our awareness, engagement, and training initiatives.
Patti has been Executive Director for 22 years of Peace Over Violence (formerly LACAAW – the Los Angles Commission on Assaults Against Women), one of the oldest sexual, domestic and interpersonal violence prevention centers in the country. Under Patti’s direction, Peace Over Violence has become one of the leading domestic violence/sexual assault prevention agencies in the United States and Patti is considered a national expert in the field. She has co-authored several books, including “50 Ways to a Safer World” and “What Parents Need to Know About Dating Violence.” In 2004 Patti was honored for her commitment to preventing violence and promoting peace with a California Peace Prize from The California Wellness Foundation.
Patti holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Buffalo and a MA in Non-Profit Management. A black belt in karate and a master self-defense trainer, Patti founded the first women’s martial arts school in Southern California in 1978. Patti has also spearheaded advocacy efforts in support of the Sexual Assault Victims’ DNA Bill of Rights in California.
Patti serves as a liaison between 1in6 and existing agencies in the arena of violence and abuse, facilitating an understanding of the issues and needs of our target population in relation to those of others in this field.
Claire is the Legal Director for the New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc. In that role, she led the design, implementation, and management of the New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs’ Community Justice Project, a 5-year pilot legal service program serving over 500 sexual assault survivors and 11 rape crisis centers.
For over 35 years, Claire has worked in the anti-violence field as a victim advocate, trainer, police officer, prosecutor, and finally, as a civil attorney. She’s worked in rape crisis centers in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and New Mexico. She was a child abuse and sex crimes prosecutor in the Second Judicial District Attorney’s Office in Albuquerque and then served as the Director of the Violence Against Women Division of the NM Attorney General’s office. Her prosecutions have been featured on true crime shows and novels, documentary films, and in news media. As a private consultant, she advises universities, the U.S. military, prosecutor’s offices, and the U.S. Dept. of Justice on matters relating to effective response to crimes of sexual violence. She has a B.A. from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and a J.D. from the University of New Mexico School of Law.
Claire will assist with grant writing and oversight of legal issues related to the successful operation of 1in6.
In 1986 Greg became the first American to win the most difficult and prestigious bicycle race in the world, the Tour de France. Greg won the Tour de France a second time in 1989 and made history yet again with a third time victory in 1990. Greg also won the title of World Bicycle Road Racing Champion three times and received a host of recognition for his accomplishments. Greg was named Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year in 1989, ABC Wide World of Sports’ Athlete of the Year (twice), and one of the “50 Greatest Athletes of the Century” by Fox Sports Network. He has also received the prestigious Pernod Trophy Awarded for best cyclist in the world and USA Cycling’s Korbel Lifetime Achievement Award, and he is a member of the United States Bicycling Hall of Fame.
Prior to his formal retirement from competitive cycling in 1994, Greg founded a successful bicycle company and has a line of bicycles including Washoe Reynolds Steel. In 2002, Greg founded LeMond Fitness, which produces high quality indoor exercise bikes. Today Greg and his family reside in Medina, Minnesota. His passions include nurturing young cyclists and pursuing an active calendar of public appearances to support and mentor athletes and kids in fitness and cycling.
Greg contributes his celebrity to the efforts of 1in6 to educate the community and raise societal awareness of the issue by appearing in promotional materials and public service announcements. Click here to read Greg’s welcome message to all 1in6.org visitors.
Greg is the former owner of Business Archives, a company involved in the records management industry. The company was started by Greg in 1987 and recently sold to the industry leader, Iron Mountain. At the time of its sale the company had revenues of approximately $5.2 million and employed 35 people. Prior to starting Business Archives Greg worked in the oil and gas industry for nine years with his last assignment in Cairo, Egypt.as Mideast Regional Sales Manager for an oilfield chemical company.
Greg is currently involved with several non-profit boards in the Frederick, Md. area including Heartly House, a NPO focusing on domestic violence and sexual abuse, and one of the local Rotary clubs, serving on the Board of Directors as well as chairing its Community Service Committee. He recently ended a term on the Board of St. Thomas More, an independent catholic school. Greg holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Distribution and an MBA from Texas A&M University.
Greg chairs the business development aspects of 1in6 and spearheads our year end fund raiser.
Dr. David Lisak is the President and a founding member of the 1in6 Board of Directors and a retired Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. He has studied the long term effects of childhood abuse in adult men, and the relationship between early abuse and the later perpetration of violence. His research has been published in leading journals in psychology, trauma and violence, and he was the founding editor of the journal, Psychology of Men and Masculinity. In addition to his research and teaching, Dr. Lisak has served as faculty for the National Judicial Education Program and the American Prosecutors Research Institute and he consults frequently with law enforcement and prosecutors on sexual violence and homicide cases across the country. Dr. Lisak has conducted workshops in all fifty states, and he also consults widely with universities, the U.S. military, and other institutions regarding sexual assault prevention and policies.
To find out more about David, click here.
David chairs the board of directors, coordinates all communication between staff and board, and facilitates board and committee meetings.
Marshal McNiven has 12 years of digital experience launching new products and helping ambitious organizations transform to compete in today’s digital environment. He is currently a digital strategist at Huge where he specializes in sustainable product innovation & business transformation.
Marshal’s client experience includes: HBO GO, Lowe’s, Samsung, Toyota, & Google. Prior to joining Huge, Marshal served as a Product Lead at Kettle and was the co-founder of a digital product agency Martin Ashal. Marshal started his career on the client side, doing interactive and advertising strategy for AOL Time Warner and Best Buy.
Marshal holds a BS in Business from the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management.