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Adam Friedman

Director, Pratt Center for Community Development

Adam Friedman is director of the Pratt Center for Community Development, which helps New Yorkers plan and build sustainable neighborhoods. Friedman is one of New York City's leading advocates in support of a diverse New York City economy that includes a strong manufacturing sector and offers widespread opportunity. Friedman was founding executive director of the New York Industrial Retention Network and previously served as executive director of the Garment Industry Development Corporation and director of economic development for Manhattan Borough Presidents David Dinkins and Ruth Messinger.

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