The eponymous monthly that covers New York City’s Hall has named Rabbi Michael Miller as one of the 20 most influential non-elected officials in New York City. Miller, the executive vice president of the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, comes in at No. 2 on City Hall’s list.
Miller is a point person for elected officials taking trips to Israel. He is also quietly working to try and ensure that the Jewish community will still have a strong voice after the next round of legislative redistricting, which could significantly alter several heavily Jewish congressional and State Senate districts…
“This is not a very easy profession to describe,” Miller said, after almost three decades on the job. “Community relations is an undefined field.”
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