He has developed a reputation as a strategic relationship builder and efficient communicator and is able to bridge gaps between communities of all faiths as well as identifying and solving problems before they arise. From 2002 to 2014, Fred Kreizman worked on the Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit, rising through the ranks from the Brooklyn Director to Deputy Commissioner.
During his time at the Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit, Fred was responsible for interfacing with elected officials of all levels, providing counsel to senior staff at City Hall, and working with mayoral agencies to address the needs of communities across the city. Fred coordinated the Bloomberg Administration’s strategy for community outreach and coalition building in support of Mayoral initiatives. In this capacity, Fred developed a reputation as a strategic relationship builder, efficient communicator and straightforward advocate.
Fred’s work in the Bloomberg Administration complements his colleagues’ experience of working with city agencies and the City Council. His rapport with grass-roots organizations, religious institutions, and civic and business leaders in all five boroughs brings enormous value to our clients.
Fred received a Masters of Public Administration in Government from Pace University and graduated with a B.S. from Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business. He served on the Board of Directors of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation from 2005 to 2016. He currently lives in Brooklyn with his wife and three children.