Amber Adler is a civic leader, non-profit CEO and single mother of two young boys who resides in the Homecrest area of Southern Brooklyn.
Known for her civic engagement, interfaith dialogue, and volunteer efforts Amber has an enduring commitment to her community. As the Chair of Neighborhood Advisory Board 15, she works to alleviate poverty in Southern Brooklyn by spearheading the allocation of hundreds-of-thousands dollars in federally funded contracts.
Professionally, Amber has Directed Operations in both corporate and non-profit organizations. Her leadership roles at service-based non-profits helped children with autism to secure vital services and resources. Amber is also a fixture in the fight against antisemitism, hate and bigotry. In 2019, she helped secure approximately $170,000 in funding from the City of New York to educate public school students on the atrocities of the Holocaust in an effort to combat modern day antisemitism.
Amber’s activism includes regularly partnering with organizations to provide vital necessities for community members in need. She also regularly volunteers at local soup kitchens, participates in interfaith dialogue, and advocates for the allocation of equitable resources at rallies. Amber has stood on the steps of City Hall, to demand expedited services for K-12 students with learning disabilities. A subject that hits close to home for Amber because both of her children have IEP’s and experienced significant delays in service.
Amber earned a Bachelors of Specialized Studies from Ohio University with a Dual Major in Business and Professional Communications. She also earned certifications in Real Estate, Finance and Behavioral Therapy.
Here for Us
I am running for City Council to give back to the community that has given to me.
I have been a single mother for many years. I have experienced one hardship after another. I was in a car crash and lost my job because I needed to recover from the injuries. I had to learn how to ask for help. During my recovery, my grandmother and personal pillar of strength passed away. Simultaneously, I was balancing the special needs of my children. It was these and other hardships that taught me how to find and navigate the available resources in my community.
Thank G-d, the community was there to support me. Thanks to local organizations, the efforts of other community leaders and the compassionate support of friends and neighbors I was able to get back on my feet.
Last year, I spent over 1,500 hours helping the community. This year, I am seeking your support to do much more. Elect me as your next New York City Council member because I am HERE FOR US.
- Amber was recognized as a “Woman of Distinction” by the New York State Assembly, for her achievements in fighting antisemitism, hate, bigotry and helping the community.
- New York City’s Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) presented Amber with the “2020 Community Mom” award for her passion and dedication to the community.
Boards & Committees
- County Committee Member