Adrien A. Weibgen

Attorney in New York

Adrien A. Weibgen

Attorney in New York

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Adrien A. Weibgen is a policy advocate with over a decade of experience in racial justice work. Currently, Adrien is the 2019 Senior Policy Fellow at the Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development. In this capacity, Adrien supports policy campaigns related to charter reform and targeted hire and provides technical and strategic support to community coalitions organizing around proposed rezonings throughout NYC.

Prior to ANHD, Adrien was a founder of, and staff attorney in, the Equitable Neighborhoods practice of the Community Development Project, which partners with directly impacted residents organizing to support the self-determination and thriving of low-income New Yorkers. Adrien previously worked in the American Civil Liberties Union Racial Justice Program, where their work focused on school segregation and school-to-prison pipeline issues, and at the Center for Social Inclusion (now Race Forward).

Adrien’s work has been published in The Yale Law Journal and featured in The New York Times, City Limits, City & State, The New York Daily News, and elsewhere. A 2018 NextCity Vanguard, Adrien has also studied poetry in workshops at Cave Canem and Winter Tangerine.

  • Education
    • Yale Law School
    • Wesleyan University