Sanjay Mody

The Sentry; Carnegie Council Trustee

Sanjay Mody is General Counsel of The Sentry, a non-profit focused on illicit finance and war crimes.

Before joining The Sentry, Mody was a partner at Windels Marx, where he co-founded and led the firm's Infrastructure Development & Finance Group. His practice advised public and private sector clients on a range of strategic, corporate, and governance matters across the areas of infrastructure, government, and finance.

Prior to Windels Marx, Mody was counsel in the regulatory and government affairs practice group at a global law firm. He also served as senior advisor to the chairman of the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, where he advised the chairman and the board of commissioners on policy, legal, and financial issues relating to the agency's infrastructure and economic development projects, including the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site, airport terminal redevelopment, and a new cross-Hudson rail tunnel; provided advice on corporate, governance and ethics matters; and worked in collaboration with the agency's senior management team.

Mody served as a law clerk to The Honorable Michael B. Mukasey, then the chief judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. He currently serves as general counsel for The Sentry, an investigative and policy nonprofit organization that seeks to disable multinational predatory networks that benefit from violent conflict.

Mody received his BS from Georgetown School of Foreign Service, M.Phil. from Oxford University, and JD from Stanford Law School.