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"All Things Are Possible"
Athena Moore is a longtime community advocate with 30 years experience in public service, in both the non-profit and government sectors, as a public policy and health and human services expert. For the past seven years, she has been the Director of the Northern Manhattan Office for Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer where she oversees constituent services and partnerships with city agencies and community stakeholders. In the last year, she has been in the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic relief efforts. Moore has brought critical assistance to more than 10,000 constituents through critical PPE distribution, testing, vaccinations, rent relief, small business recovery resources, and emergency food supplies
As Director of the Northern Manhattan Office, Athena provides critical input in land use, budget, and public policy. In her capacity, Athena has leveraged partnerships with community leaders, and launched initiatives to create greater access to government resources and improved service delivery for nonprofits, local residents, businesses, tenant leaders and block associations. She has created greater access to government resources and improved service to Harlem residents, nonprofits, tenant leaders, block associations, and businesses.
Hon. Yvette D. Clarke
US. Representative, CD-9
Hon. Alicka Ampry-Samuel
NYC Council member, 41st District
Educator and Civil Rights Activist
Dr. Megan McLaughlin
former CEO Emeritu, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
Hon. C. Virginia Fields
former Manhattan Borough President
Rev. Dr. Calvin O. Butts, III
Abyssinian Baptist Church
Dr. Martha Sullivan
President, City-Wide Behavioral Health Coalition for the Elderly
Dr. Darrick Hamilton
Economist and social justice educator
Dr. Hazel N. Dukes
Civil Rights Leader
former Deputy Manhattan Borough President
David C. Banks
President/CEO, Eagle Academy
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