Harry Schiffman is a community advocate in government, not-for-profit organizations, and neighborhood and economic development corporations. He specializes in government relations, community relations, development, the creation of strategic neighborhood alliances, coalition building, and inter-group relations. Mr. Schiffman has worked with Brooklyn Neighborhoods on issues including health, education, youth services, economic development, housing, immigrant services, and programs for the elderly. He serves on the board of directors of the Midwood Development Corporation and the Brooklyn Center for Quality Life. He is a member of the NASW New York Chapter Pace Committee, Greater Brooklyn Health Coalition, the Senior Umbrella Network of Brooklyn, and We Are All Brooklyn. Mr. Schiffman holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the Hunter College Graduate School of Social Work.