I was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York where I am still very proud to call home. Fun Fact: I was actually one of the last babies born at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital (now Interfaith) in Crown Heights.
I went to college in Philadelphia, PA and graduate school in New Jersey. I live with my wonderful family in the Old Mill Section of Brooklyn.
I am a lifelong public servant and member of my local Community Board. I started my career in Non-profit management and fundraising in 2001. I've worked for some dynamic organizations such as Episcopal Social Services, Girl Scouts and Brooklyn's most impactful non-profit The Campaign Against Hunger. From there I spring-boarded into the role of Chief of Staff at the New York State Assembly and now I work in a similar role at the New York City Council.