Albert Scott Jr.
Albert Scott Jr. is a lifelong East New York resident and activist dedicated to the economic empowerment of his community. He serves as Chairman of the East New York Homeowners’ Associations Inc. and serves on the board of the Coalition for Community Advancement: Progress for Cypress Hills and East New York.
Izoria Fields is a native Brooklynite who grew up in East New York. She has been involved in leadership and community service from a young age, accompanying her mother to community board and precinct council meetings. Izoria has been in many organizations and has held various positions over the years.
Boris Santos is a former elementary school teacher and legislative staffer at the NYC Council and NYS Senate. He currently resides in Cypress Hills.
Debra Ack has been an East New York resident for over 14 years. She is the co-founder of a not-for-profit organization serving the East New York residents. Before that, she worked as an administrative assistant. She is a Devout Christian of Greater Jerusalem Baptist Church and a mother of three. She believes in the future for youth, seniors, and entrepreneurs in East New York #ForUsByUs.
Niani L. Taylor
Niani L. Taylor is a life-long Brooklyn/New York native. Born at Brookdale Hospital in ’76; raised in East New York section of Brooklyn in Cypress Hills Houses (NYCHA) until 1992 when her family moved to Starrett City/Spring Creek.
Today she is a full-time entrepreneur; owner and operator of Munch Hours, Inc; a catering business based in Brownsville, certified as a Minority Woman Business Enterprise, serving meals throughout the 5-boroughs of New York City