Brodie Enoch is a 4th generation Harlemite. He attended The Ethical Cultural Fieldston School and Boston University, and is a seasoned activist, advocate and organizer. Throughout his career, he has organized child care providers for the UFT and organized a voter education drive in the Bronx. Brodie was part of a campaign that added $18.5 million to expand training opportunities for ‘Back To Work’ program participants. Brodie is proud of his work at Hope Community, a non-profit community development corporation, where, as the housing liaison, he was able to create over 40 tenant associations and three block associations. Brodie is a member of Community Board 11 Manhattan, where he chairs the Public Outreach Task Force. He is Co-chair of the Public Safety and Transportation committee and also sits on the Housing and Executive committees. Brodie is a proud member the Board of Directors of The Addicts Rehabilitation Center (ARC) and Picture The Homeless. In 2011, he was elected to the Manhattan County Committee for the 71st Assembly District, Part A.