Eric Adams Brooklyn Borough President
“One Brooklyn” Background video (Embracing Brooklyn Diversity and Best Practices)
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams has served the community for over three decades, as a police officer, state senator, and coalition builder. In his career as a police officer with NYC Transit and the NYPD, he co-founded 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care, an initiative that improved NYPD/community relations and raised funds for worthy causes throughout the city. From 2006 until his election to borough president in 2013, Eric represented the 20th Senate District. His tenure as borough president will continue to build upon his career-long commitment to the key pillars of affordable housing, quality public education, and preventative health issues.