Bravia Capital Hires Gian Brosco as Adviser
Private equity investment firm Bravia Capital has added Gian F. Brosco as an adviser to the board of directors of Bravia's Nevada holding company, Bravia Capital Partners NV Inc.
"We are confident Gian is the right person to help Bravia establish a strong, positive presence in the Nevada business and philanthropic communities," said Bravia Capital CEO and Founder Bharat Bhise. "Few individuals in the world possess his depth and breadth of experience in those areas, and he his highly respected among leaders of the Nevada community is unrivaled."
In his advisory role, Brosco's Nevada-specific mandates will be to help the Bravia board of directors develop an understanding of the philanthropic business, market and trends in Nevada; assist in developing a philanthropic governance framework in line with the state of Nevada's best practices; provide unbiased insights and feedback relating to philanthropic programs or initiatives Bravia will undertake; encourage and act as a resource for philanthropic endeavors in Nevada; and provide strategic thinking and recommendations in doing philanthropy in Nevada.
Women's equality and empowerment will be an area of particular focus for Brosco. Bravia Capital and the Bhise family have long been strong supporters of gender equality and upward mobility of women in all business sectors.
"It is my hope that, at the conclusion of my one-year contract, Bravia Capital Partners NV Inc. will be well on a path toward being recognized as a valued member of the Southern Nevada community and a thought leader in the women and girls' empowerment space," Brosco said.
A former attorney and banker, Brosco has more than 20 years' experience in the fields of philanthropy, law, fundraising and banking. He has served as president and CEO of Nevada Community Foundation since 2008.
"We are extremely excited about the contributions Gian will make to our company and look forward to working closely with him over the next year," said Bhise.
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