Karen Greve Milton, a seasoned attorney and Senior Consultant at Danosky & Associates, LLC, boasts
over 25 years of executive management expertise in revitalizing and restructuring local, state, and
federal agencies, with a focus on governance, compliance, and policy. Notably, she served as the
longest-tenured Circuit Executive of the Second Circuit for twenty-one years, overseeing thirteen federal
courts in New York, Connecticut, and Vermont. In this role, Karen was the chief executive officer
responsible for all non-judicial decision-making aspects, such as finance, procurement, HR, IT,
cybersecurity, facilities management, and more.
Karen's diverse career also includes roles such as Executive Deputy Inspector General and Chief of Staff
in the Office of the MTA Inspector General, the first Director of the Citibar Center for Continuing Legal
Education, and General Counsel to the New York State Temporary Commission on Investigation. She
began her legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Office of the late Robert M. Morgenthau,
District Attorney for New York County.
Actively engaged in civic education and nonprofit work, Karen serves on the Board of Directors for
Fedcap Rehabilitation Services, as well as the Center for Civic Education and has been its Treasurer since
October 2021. She is a former President of the New York Women’s Bar Association, a Director of its
Foundation, and a member of various bar associations and councils. Beyond her professional pursuits,
Karen dedicates her time to community-based nonprofits, church choirs, and alumni organizations.
Karen holds a B.A. (cum laude) from the University of Pennsylvania and a J.D. from Case Western
Reserve School of Law, where she served as a Law Review Editor. Her commitment to ongoing
professional development is evident through her graduation from The Support Center's Interim
Executive Director Training Program in Manhattan.