Amber is a civic leader, non-profit CEO and Orthodox Jewish single mother of two young boys. She is known for being civically engaged throughout southern Brooklyn for over a decade. Her extensive volunteer efforts, interfaith dialogue and regular inclusion of her children in community based projects, inspires others and highlights her endearing commitment to the community.
Professionally, Amber has directed operations in both corporate and non-profit organizations. Her leadership roles at service-based non-profits helped children with autism secure vital services and resources. Amber is a County Committee member and the Chair of Neighborhood Advisory Board 15, where she works to alleviate poverty in the area by spearheading the allocation of hundreds-of-thousands dollars in federally funded contracts. In addition to this, 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.
Amber is running to represent New York City Council District 48 to improve quality of life, ensure equitable pandemic recovery, establish a more robust childcare and early education, and strengthen unity throughout the district.