Men of Color   Driven by my desire to document lived experiences of men of color, my subjects discussed the need for inclusion, a strong work ethic and the ability to overcome racial stereotypes. Though their ranks have grown in the past year, the distinguished men featured in this series are unique in their personalities, upbringing, accomplishments and ambitions — enriching the City of New York as valued members of the administration but also important members of the African American Community.  These are the men of color at City Hall.  Full article can be found  here .

Men of Color

Driven by my desire to document lived experiences of men of color, my subjects discussed the need for inclusion, a strong work ethic and the ability to overcome racial stereotypes. Though their ranks have grown in the past year, the distinguished men featured in this series are unique in their personalities, upbringing, accomplishments and ambitions — enriching the City of New York as valued members of the administration but also important members of the African American Community.

These are the men of color at City Hall.

Full article can be found here.

 Demetrius Thornton  Deputy Executive Director, Gracie Mansion

Demetrius Thornton

Deputy Executive Director, Gracie Mansion

 Quintin Haynes  Chief of Staff, NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services

Quintin Haynes

Chief of Staff, NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services

 Chris Durosinmi  Brooklyn Community Coordinator, NYC Department of Education

Chris Durosinmi

Brooklyn Community Coordinator, NYC Department of Education

 Christopher Collins-McNeil  Research Analyst, Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit

Christopher Collins-McNeil

Research Analyst, Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit

 Henry Greenidge   Associate Director of External Affairs

Henry Greenidge

 Associate Director of External Affairs

 Eric Garvin  Community Coordinator, Mayor’s Office to Prevent Gun Violence

Eric Garvin

Community Coordinator, Mayor’s Office to Prevent Gun Violence

 Charlemagne Tiendrebeogo  Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

Charlemagne Tiendrebeogo

Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

 Jordan Stockdale  Policy Analyst, Office of the First Deputy Mayor

Jordan Stockdale

Policy Analyst, Office of the First Deputy Mayor

 Dominic Williams  Chief of Staff to the First Deputy Mayor

Dominic Williams

Chief of Staff to the First Deputy Mayor

 Brandon Joseph  Policy Analyst, Office of the Counsel to the Mayor

Brandon Joseph

Policy Analyst, Office of the Counsel to the Mayor

 Lance Willis  Senior Analyst for Capacity Building and Oversight, Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

Lance Willis

Senior Analyst for Capacity Building and Oversight, Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

 Marco A. Carrión  Commissioner, Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit

Marco A. Carrión

Commissioner, Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit

 Antwone Roberts  Communications Manager, NYC Service

Antwone Roberts

Communications Manager, NYC Service

 Desai Baptiste  Quality Assurance Specialist, Mayor’s Office of Environmental Remediation

Desai Baptiste

Quality Assurance Specialist, Mayor’s Office of Environmental Remediation

 Harold Miller  Deputy Commissioner, Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit

Harold Miller

Deputy Commissioner, Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit

 Achmat Akkad  Communications and Special Projects Coordinator, NYC Department of Veterans Services

Achmat Akkad

Communications and Special Projects Coordinator, NYC Department of Veterans Services

 Deputy Mayor Richard Buery  When people come to City Hall, or when they are standing outside protesting on the steps, they need to see that City government isn’t a distant and damaging force. They need to see women, people of color, and immigrants. You can’t begin to have the trust it takes to run a City unless people see themselves running the City. 

Deputy Mayor Richard Buery

When people come to City Hall, or when they are standing outside protesting on the steps, they need to see that City government isn’t a distant and damaging force. They need to see women, people of color, and immigrants. You can’t begin to have the trust it takes to run a City unless people see themselves running the City. 

  Men of Color   Driven by my desire to document lived experiences of men of color, my subjects discussed the need for inclusion, a strong work ethic and the ability to overcome racial stereotypes. Though their ranks have grown in the past year, the distinguished men featured in this series are unique in their personalities, upbringing, accomplishments and ambitions — enriching the City of New York as valued members of the administration but also important members of the African American Community.  These are the men of color at City Hall.  Full article can be found  here .
 Demetrius Thornton  Deputy Executive Director, Gracie Mansion
 Quintin Haynes  Chief of Staff, NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services
 Chris Durosinmi  Brooklyn Community Coordinator, NYC Department of Education
 Christopher Collins-McNeil  Research Analyst, Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit
 Henry Greenidge   Associate Director of External Affairs
 Eric Garvin  Community Coordinator, Mayor’s Office to Prevent Gun Violence
 Charlemagne Tiendrebeogo  Mayor’s Office of Contract Services
 Jordan Stockdale  Policy Analyst, Office of the First Deputy Mayor
 Dominic Williams  Chief of Staff to the First Deputy Mayor
 Brandon Joseph  Policy Analyst, Office of the Counsel to the Mayor
 Lance Willis  Senior Analyst for Capacity Building and Oversight, Mayor’s Office of Contract Services
 Marco A. Carrión  Commissioner, Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit
 Antwone Roberts  Communications Manager, NYC Service
 Desai Baptiste  Quality Assurance Specialist, Mayor’s Office of Environmental Remediation
 Harold Miller  Deputy Commissioner, Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit
 Achmat Akkad  Communications and Special Projects Coordinator, NYC Department of Veterans Services
 Deputy Mayor Richard Buery  When people come to City Hall, or when they are standing outside protesting on the steps, they need to see that City government isn’t a distant and damaging force. They need to see women, people of color, and immigrants. You can’t begin to have the trust it takes to run a City unless people see themselves running the City. 

Men of Color

Driven by my desire to document lived experiences of men of color, my subjects discussed the need for inclusion, a strong work ethic and the ability to overcome racial stereotypes. Though their ranks have grown in the past year, the distinguished men featured in this series are unique in their personalities, upbringing, accomplishments and ambitions — enriching the City of New York as valued members of the administration but also important members of the African American Community.

These are the men of color at City Hall.

Full article can be found here.

Demetrius Thornton

Deputy Executive Director, Gracie Mansion

Quintin Haynes

Chief of Staff, NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services

Chris Durosinmi

Brooklyn Community Coordinator, NYC Department of Education

Christopher Collins-McNeil

Research Analyst, Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit

Henry Greenidge

 Associate Director of External Affairs

Eric Garvin

Community Coordinator, Mayor’s Office to Prevent Gun Violence

Charlemagne Tiendrebeogo

Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

Jordan Stockdale

Policy Analyst, Office of the First Deputy Mayor

Dominic Williams

Chief of Staff to the First Deputy Mayor

Brandon Joseph

Policy Analyst, Office of the Counsel to the Mayor

Lance Willis

Senior Analyst for Capacity Building and Oversight, Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

Marco A. Carrión

Commissioner, Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit

Antwone Roberts

Communications Manager, NYC Service

Desai Baptiste

Quality Assurance Specialist, Mayor’s Office of Environmental Remediation

Harold Miller

Deputy Commissioner, Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit

Achmat Akkad

Communications and Special Projects Coordinator, NYC Department of Veterans Services

Deputy Mayor Richard Buery

When people come to City Hall, or when they are standing outside protesting on the steps, they need to see that City government isn’t a distant and damaging force. They need to see women, people of color, and immigrants. You can’t begin to have the trust it takes to run a City unless people see themselves running the City. 

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