Board of Directors
Co-Founder and President
Peter Eikenberry, the Board President and Co-Founder of Friends of Marcy Houses, is a litigator in private practice specializing in complex commercial litigation in the New York state and federal courts.
Dr. Bonnie Nuzum
Co-Founder and Vice President
Dr. Bonnie Nuzum studied political science during the turbulent time of the 1960s and took on a personal imperative to help make the world more equitable.
Executive Vice President
Erharuyi Idemudia is an Executive Vice President and board member of Friends of Marcy Houses, Inc., serving on the Hiring Committee.
Justin Miller is a board member of Friends of Marcy Houses, serving as the Chair of the Law Committee and as a member of the Strategic Planning Committee.
Michael Valentine is a born-and-bred New Yorker. Raised in Brooklyn by a non-English speaking mother, Michael strove to break out of the social patterns that surrounded him.
Rhonda Barros is a board member of Friends of Marcy Houses. Rhonda was previously an Executive Assistant at Eikenberry Law. She is currently an ASA at Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP. Rhonda attended Temple University.
Board Member and Secretary
Debra Mighty is a highly experienced personal and legal assistant who serves as a board member for Friends of Marcy Houses.
Ted McC. Newman
Ted McC. Newman joined the FOMH board in 2020 and serves currently as the board treasurer.
Rev. Jerome Robinson
The Rev. Jerome Robinson is an ordained preacher of the gospel who is a member of the board of Friends of Marcy Houses.
Dr. Rosa Alicia Ramos
Dr. Rosa Alicia Ramos is an associate professor of Spanish and a Language Program Coordinator at Hunter College.
Tyrrell Winston is a Brooklyn-based artist known for his assemblages of old basketballs and replaced basketball nets that he frequently arranges into grids and wall sculptures so they become studies of material, culture, and history.
Rhonda Barros is a board member of Friends of Marcy Houses. Rhonda
was previously an Executive Assistant at Eikenberry Law. She is currently an ASA at Weil
Gotshal & Manges LLP. Rhonda attended Temple University.
Dominique Bravo was born in Los Angeles to parents from Peru. Dominique is an attorney and advocate for social and racial justice with three decades of counseling and representing community and arts organizations.
David Siffert is a Vice President and board member of Friends of Marcy Houses, serving on the Programs Committee and the Hiring Committee.
Hon. L. Priscilla Hall
The Honorable L. Priscilla Hall was appointed Justice of the Appellate Division, Second Department by New York State Governor David Patterson in March 2009.