Aldrin Enis serves as Northeast Region Outreach Director for the African American constituency of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), which is rated in the top three lobbying organizations in the United States and number one in pro-Israel lobbying. During his tenure, Aldrin has helped AIPAC increase and maximize its advocacy presence in the northeast region and the Nation’s capital. He oversees outreach initiatives by engaging and expanding existing relationships of the African American constituency to Members of Congress and stakeholders. In this position, Aldrin develops strategies and programs to advance AIPAC’s policy priorities.
Prior to joining AIPAC, Aldrin spent time with BNY Mellon as a Vice President in their Client Engagement and Business Development division. He also spent nearly ten years between his roles at State Street Bank and Trust and Morgan Stanley Investment Management in Senior Client Service Associate roles working with national and international institutional clients invested in real estate and growth products through separately managed accounts, pooled trusts, offshore funds, and mutual funds. He was also instrumental in the transition of reporting requirements between the two organizations and directly leading a team from Mumbai, India on this transition. Aldrin currently serves on the board of One Hundred Black Men, Inc. as the organization’s First Vice President. He has led various committees within the organization including: Finance; Gala; Education/Scholarship; Membership, and; By-Laws. He also currently serves on the board of the 1906 Project, where he is instrumental on the management of a 10,000 square-foot building located in Queens, New York which serves as a central hub for community based organizations within the local community. Aldrin is a life member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated. He holds a Master of Business Administration from Seton Hall University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the State University of New York – University at Albany.