At Ironbound Community Corporation (ICC), Drew Curtis oversees a staff that works on community organizing, public policy advocacy, neighborhood planning & revitalization, urban agriculture, economic empowerment & development, and affordable housing initiatives. All of this work is grounded in principles of justice and equity. He comes to ICC from the Bergen County Division of Community Development, where he coordinated economic development projects and oversaw compliance with federal regulations in the areas of fair housing, labor standards, and the environment. Before then, Drew worked for several youth development and community-based nonprofits in New York City and Paterson, NJ. Drew holds a Master of Science in Urban Policy Analysis and Management from Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy at the New School University. He also sits on the board of the Essex Community Land Trust, which has the mission of keeping housing perpetually affordable.