Brian Cunningham

Who is Brian Cunningham

Brian-Christopher Antonio Cunningham is a proud son of Brooklyn. He was born and raised in the neighborhood of Flatbush, attended Brooklyn based schools, from his early days at Pre-School Minds all the way to his college years at CUNY. Throughout his life, Brian has dedicated himself to giving back to the community that continues to support him in his endeavors.

Brian’s life is all about service and his work has taken him from community events to official meetings where his job is to ensure that the interests of the community are met and the voices of its people are heard. He has served in numerous capacities in City and State Government. From his early days as Special Assistant to New York State Senator Kevin S. Parker of the 21st Senate District in Brooklyn, NY. To his time as Chief of Staff to Council Member Laurie Cumbo and Director of Small Business Services in the New York City Council.
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    • Mathieu Eugene, your days are numbered. (In politics of course. I mean no ill will personally). With your help, we’ll unseat multi-term do-nothing Council Member Mathieu Eugene next year. Never too early to spread the news. As reported by the Q last December, a solid challenger has emerged. And he’s early to the party, so he has a better chance of extending a formidable fundraising and marketing apparatus. A good guy, so say many, Brian Cunningham’s hat is officially in … read more

    • Mathieu Eugene, who has represented the Flatbush area in the New York City Council since 2007, will have some competition next year. Brian-Christopher Antonio Cunningham has filed paperwork with the City’s Campaign Finance Board showing his intention to run for City Council Member in 2017, representing the 40th District. The 40th District includes Ditmas Park, along with sections of Flatbush, East Flatbush, Kensington, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens and Crown Heights. Cunningham describes himself as a “proud son of Brooklyn,” who was born … read more

    • Remarks by Brian Cunningham at the Acceptance of the 2016 Young, Black and Gifted Political Advocacy Award   Thank you, Thank you so much.   I receive this honor with deep gratitude and a great sense of humility.  This award reaffirms the fundamental idea that our actions matter, and our actions can help shape our community, our city, our state, our nation; our world.   I would be remiss if I did not acknowledge the feeling of inadequacy; as I … read more