Open Tent: The Future Of The Pro-Israel Community


Aldrin Enis

Northeast Region Outreach Director, AIPAC

Thursday, November 29th Program 7:00pm

Bay Ridge Jewish Center

405 81st St. | Brooklyn, NY

Kindly RSVP to Aaron Herman at (646) 360-1550 or

Strict dietary laws observed.

Aldrin K. Enis is the Northeast Region Outreach Director for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). In this capacity, he is charged with engaging African American leaders throughout the region on the US – Israel relationship. Aldrin does this by: seeking the best and brightest in the region to have one-on-one conversations; coordinating events that highlight the importance of the US – Israel relationship; orchestrating meeting opportunities for activists and members of Congress; and leading delegations to Israel. Prior to joining AIPAC, Aldrin spent eighteen years of his career in financial services at Credit Suisse, JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, and most recently as a Vice President at BNY Mellon where he worked with institutional clients from throughout the globe on real estate and growth products. Aldrin is a Queens, New York native with an undergraduate degree in economics from the State University of New York at Albany and an MBA from Seton Hall University. He is a Life Member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated and 1st Vice President of One Hundred Black Men (New York chapter). He has also served on National Council and was a club member of AIPAC. He enjoys running along the boardwalk, collecting first edition autographed books, and visiting various countries.

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