...Michele Adolphe began her career in community service as a NYC high school teacher.
career expanded to include service as:
Executive Director of The Performing Arts Teen Center, Inc., thru which she
has designed and implemented several after-school programs in Brooklyn in recent years, employing some of the finest teaching professionals in NYC, and ,graduating' over 350 students so far, all of whom were successfully served in their academic needs and stimulated in their artistic talents and character development as well. Vice-President of the Sharing Hearts Network Inc. where she is a major contributor and also serves on the Board in an effort to better the standard of living of poor children in Haiti.
Founder and President of Brooklyn Institute for Children
(BIC), where she
has worked since 1992 and developed that organization into one of the foremost early childhood facilities in Brooklyn. A product of our area, Ms. Adolphe came up thru the NYC school system when it was known as one of the finest in the world, and is a proud graduate of Erasmus Hall High School. Her
familiarity with this community and her
endeavors as a community leader have been distinguished by her
vision for developing a thriving entrepreneurial base in the community, and creating good jobs and opportunities for the community's residents, friends and neighbors; a vision that is finally taking root in the hearts and minds of the people on the streets of the community.
is passionate about the care and development of her
fellow Human Beings, and particularly about the lives of Brooklyn residents in our under-represented, and under-served communities, from the youngest, eager to reach their future dreams, to the eldest, deserving of all the protections, dignity and assistance that can be given to them.She is a tireless worker who is ready to lead and who has always practiced the art of personal human service.Ms. Adolphe
family, including two young daughters, reside in the Midwood
section of Brooklyn.