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Brooklyn MBK Districts and Superintendents

  • District 13
    Meghan Dunn

  • District 14
    David Cintron (Acting)

  • District 15
    Rafael Alvarez

  • District 16
    Brendan Mims

  • District 17
    Shenean Lindsay

  • HS District 18
    Celeste Douglas

  • HS District 19
    Tamra Collins

  • HS District 20
    David Pretto

  • HS District 21
    Isabel DiMola

  • HS District 22
    Julie Bove

  • HS District 23
    Khalek Kirkland

  • HS District 32
    Rebecca Lozada

  • HS Districts 13, 16, 19, 23, 32
    David Pretto

  • HS Districts 17, 18, 20, 22
    Michael Prayor

  • NYC MBK Fellows in Action

    NYC MBK Fellows 2018-2019 are high school students selected to represent their borough.

    NYC MBK Fellows attend training, conferences and have mentorship opportunities. They demonstrate leadership skills and engage with their communities through their service projects they craft to better their community.

“The requirement was for society to wake up and find ways where we can come together and say to all of our young people, but particularly young men of color who, according to a whole lot of educators, were having a more difficult time in society for a whole range of historical reasons, we have to be able say to them that, ‘You matter, we care about you, we believe in you and we’re going to make sure you have the opportunity and the chances to move forward just like everybody else.’ And out of that, we decided to start My Brother’s Keeper.”

Barack Obama 2014

NYC MBK Brooklyn Leadership

Brooklyn MBK Activities

  • Brooklyn Convening 2018

  • David C. Banks, President/CEO of The Eagle Academy Foundation

  • Best Practice Strategies – Restorative Practices

  • Best Practice Strategies – College Readiness, STAR Academy

  • Best Practice Strategies – Financial Literacy and Mentorship

  • Best Practice Strategies – Mentorship and Chess

  • Best Practice Strategies – Counseling

  • Dr. Anael Alston, Assistant Commissioner – Office of Access, Equity, and Community Engagement