New Year, New Role for Diana Reyna

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Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams toasts Diana Reyna (his former deputy borough president) on her becoming a senior partner at Athena Consulting Group Inc.

“On behalf of all Brooklynites, I salute Diana Reyna, who has distinguished herself as a deputy borough president, council member, civic activist, and proud daughter of Brooklyn,” said Borough President Adams when it was announced Reyna had taken the role as senior partner with the Athena Consulting Group.

“Working with Borough President Adams has been one of the highlights of my career,” said Deputy Borough President Reyna. “Together, we have pushed Brooklyn, community-by-community, neighborhood-by-neighborhood, business-by-business, and block-by-block to meet its great potential, where everyone will have a seat at the table. I leave Brooklyn Borough Hall with gratitude and the utmost respect and love for our staff, as well as cherish the lasting relationships that we’ve forged across the borough. As Brooklynites, we’ll all have roles to play in writing Brooklyn’s next chapter.”

Reyna’s first official day with the Athena Consulting Group was January 1, 2018. There she will be co-leading the all-female firm’s focus on business development, community engagement, government relations, public relations, as well as minority- and women-owned business enterprise (M/WBE) certification.

Author: The Greenline

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