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Meet Erin Piscopink of the SoHo Broadway Initiative

SoHo Broadway Initiative: A new Executive Director joins our team

Erin Piscopink joined the SoHo Broadway Initiative as Executive Director in March 2024. Born and raised in Metro Detroit, and currently living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Erin has a background in community and economic development and brings her experience as a marketing and communications professional to the work of placemaking. Before joining SoHo Broadway, Erin was the Executive Director of the Grand Street BID in Brooklyn. Erin has also worked in communications in both government and higher education. Prior to those appointments, she worked with planning and development nonprofit organizations in Detroit and served as the Marketing and Communications Manager for the Long Island City Partnership. Erin has a planning-focused undergraduate degree from Grand Valley State University and is an alumna of the Urban Policy and Leadership master’s program at Hunter College.

Erin believes that BIDs are an impactful and nimble model to improve quality of life in neighborhoods, support vibrant communities, and ensure that our city’s busiest corridors are welcoming places for all. She is inspired by SoHo’s history, architecture, and art. If she’s not in the district, you can likely find her watching English Premier League Football, petting dogs she meets on walks, or traveling (where she will inevitably be fascinated by the garbage practices of other cities). We sat down with Erin to get to know a little bit more about her!

5 Questions with Erin:

SBI: When did you start working with the SoHo Broadway Initiative?

EP: I joined SoHo Broadway as Executive Director in March 2024.

SBI: Outside of work, what are your interests and activities?

EP: I enjoy exploring new corners of the city, catching up with friends, listening to true crime podcasts, and reading books about urban planning.

SBI: What is the best part of the next thing you’re doing?

EP: I’m really excited to be in this new role and learn more about the needs of the neighborhood. I’m most looking forward to meeting community members and finding creative ways for the BID to increase its impact.

SBI: What is your favorite thing about SoHo?

EP: I love walking around the neighborhood – each block has its own life and the architecture is beautiful.

SBI: What is your preferred mode of transportation in NYC?

EP: Subway! I’m a huge fan of passive commutes

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