Stanislaus has two decades of experience advocating for environmental justice in both the public and private sectors. Most recently, he led New Partners for Community Revitalization, a nonprofit dedicated to renewing New York City's low- and moderate-income neighborhoods through the redevelopment of "brownfield" sites -- areas perceived to be contaminated. Stanislaus, 46, served as assistant regional counsel for EPA and has advised other federal agencies on the environment.
He graduated from City College of New York and earned his J.D. at the Chicago Kent Law School. Born in Sri Lanka, he immigrated to New York at age 5.more » « less