Eli Dvorkin is the Managing Editor of the Center for an Urban Future (CUF), where he oversees the development of all publications and guides CUF's numerous research initiatives on the major policy challenges facing New York City. Prior to joining the Center, he served as a staff editor at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), editing and producing books, reports, and digital projects by CFR fellows and other experts on the most pressing issues in U.S. foreign policy. His work has been featured in the New York Times, New York Daily News, Wall Street Journal, Gotham Gazette, and on WNYC, and he has presented at MoMA PS1, TransitCenter, and Flux Factory on subjects as diverse as DIY music culture, the commuting challenges facing New York's healthcare workers, and Russian-Turkish relations in the Syrian Civil War.
Eli has been an editor and journalist for more than a decade, including stints at Kickstarter and Flavorpill in New York, and the Hurriyet Daily News in Istanbul. He is also a passionate arts organizer and founding member of Silent Barn, a multidisciplinary community arts space based in Bushwick from 2012 to 2018. Earlier in his career, Eli served as operations manager for the Sketchbook Project, a traveling library of artists’ sketchbooks from around the world, where he led two nationwide touring exhibitions. He graduated from Columbia University and lives in Ridgewood, Queens.
Gen Z + the Changing Nature of Work
Join the NYC Employment and Training Coalition, in partnership with General Assembly, for a conversation on the changing role of technology within the world of work.