Meet The District Manager

Andrew Sandler

Andrew Sandler was unanimously elected as Community Board 7’s district manager during the board’s Tuesday, January 19th general meeting and officially began his duties on Monday, February 8th. A Manhattan College Class of 2008 alum, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in political science ultimately set him on path of Publc Service.

While working for councilman, Sandler dealt with city agencies on behalf of the 11th Council District’s residents which includes CB 7. For the past two years, Sandler worked with Koppell’s successor, Councilman Andrew Cohen as his director of community affairs and constituent services.

With six years, governmental experience, Sandler oversaw many capital investment projects at Mosholu Parkway including Koppell’s $100,000 funding of the energy efficient metal halide light system for the Bronx Victory World War I Memorial implemented under Cohen, Harris Field’s surface remediation, Williamsbridge Oval Park’s renovation and Whalen Park’s reconstruction.

Sandler is eager to push the board’s interest in obtaining public access to Jerome Park Reservoir’s jogging trail as well as the Kingsbridge Armory becoming the Kingsbridge National Ice Center.

In addition, Sandler mentioned CB 7 concerns regarding Mosholu Parkway’s significant flooding and eroded roads and infrastructure which they hope to secure capital funding for to address the situation. Sandler is eager to push the board’s interest in obtaining public access to Jerome Park Reservoir’s jogging trail as well as the Kingsbridge Armory becoming the Kingsbridge National Ice Center. In addition, Sandler mentioned CB 7 concerns regarding Mosholu Parkway’s significant flooding and eroded roads and infrastructure which they hope to secure capital funding for to address the situation.

While working for councilman, Sandler dealt with city agencies on behalf of the 11th Council District’s residents which includes CB 7. For the past two years, Sandler worked with Koppell’s successor, Councilman Andrew Cohen as his director of community affairs and constituent services.  With six years, governmental experience, Sandler oversaw many capital investment projects at Mosholu Parkway including Koppell’s $100,000 funding of the energy efficient metal halide light system for the Bronx Victory World War I Memorial implemented under Cohen, Harris Field’s surface remediation, Williamsbridge Oval Park’s renovation and Whalen Park’s reconstruction.

Sandler is eager to push the board’s interest in obtaining public access to Jerome Park Reservoir’s jogging trail as well as the Kingsbridge Armory becoming the Kingsbridge National Ice Center. In addition, Sandler mentioned CB 7 concerns regarding Mosholu Parkway’s significant flooding and eroded roads and infrastructure which they hope to secure capital funding for to address the situation. (Bronx Times, 2016)

  • Organized Public Awareness Forum addressing dangerous effects of “K2-Synthetic Marijuana”
  • Initiated and developed the leadership for First Adhoc Veterans Services Committee
  • The Veterans Committee was voted in by the Board, as a full standing committee. June 19, 2015
  • Developed Adhoc Website, Acknowledgement and Media Committee
  • Developed First Annual Women’s Empowerment Summit to address personal wellness, learn professional development skills, and discuss current issues impacting themselves, their families and their community.
  • Organized Public Awareness Forum addressing dangerous effects of “K2-Synthetic Marijuana”
  • Initiated and developed the leadership for First Adhoc Veterans Services Committee
  • The Veterans Committee was voted in by the Board, as a full standing committee. June 19, 2015