Dina Rabiner

Dina Rabiner joined the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce in August 2020. Currently she holds the position of Vice President of Economic Development and Strategic Partnerships. In her position she works on projects focused business retention and expansion, innovation, entrepreneurial and workforce development. She manages the Energy and Sustainability, Real Estate and Development and Healthcare and Life Sciences Committees at the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. In December 2022, she was appointed to the Mayors Sustainability Advisory Board. In May 2023 she launched the Brooklyn Entrepreneur Academy a mentorship program aimed at enhancing equality for entrepreneurs of color in the borough
Prior to this position, she managed the business education workshops and advised entrepreneurs and small businesses at the NYC Business Solutions Center managed by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce.
Her background at the NYCEDC women.nyc program, local news site, Bklyner, and Girl Scouts of Greater New York, includes many years of working with businesses and entrepreneurs in business development, marketing, and partnerships. In her free time, she is the co-president of the Cortelyou Road Merchants Association where she amplifies local businesses, keeps businesses up to date on resources, runs local community events, and looks for new ways to increase membership and participation.
Dina holds a Masters in City and Regional Planning from Cornell University and a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs and Economics from The George Washington University.