Hi, My Name is Pearlene S. Fields
Just testing the waters while I get to know my neighbors and let my neighbors get to know me.
Middlesex University, London, UK
Pace University, New York City
Oxford University, Oxford, UK
Summer Course 2006
Oneonta Job Corps Center
General Equivalency Diploma
Office and Computer skills
Erasmus Hall High
I.S. 246 Walt Whitman Junior High
P.S. 181 (3rd - 5th grade)
P.S. 299 (1st - 3rd grade)
Alumni to the following:
Note: Being an alumni doesn't equate to endorsement.
Vote Run Lead
New American Leaders
National Democratic Training Committee
Donations by check welcomed:
P.O. Box 260141
Brooklyn, NY 11226
Must include this form with mail-in contributions:
Pearlene is a native New Yorker born and raised in Brooklyn and the oldest of 5 children. Her mother Frederica was a New Yorker, her Grandmother Thelma was a New Yorker and she has always held New York close to her heart.
Pearlene has spent more than 20 years working in Business Administration at non-profit organizations. She was employed at JDRF as a Grants Administrator, at UNICEF, as a Program Assistant, and at the United Nations Secretariat Department of Peace Operations, Office of Military Affairs where she assisted the Chief of Staff in the front office.
Community activities include serving as a Young Associate fundraising team leader with Trickle Up, an organization that creates opportunities for the world's poorest and most vulnerable people, in 2004-2005. More recent activities in her community include raising over $14,000 for entertainment activities for under-privileged children at several organizations like Children of Promise and Women In Need shelter as well as public schools like Walt Whitman Middle School. She also did a mini campaign to raise funding to provide much needed supplies to Women In Need shelter and Covenant House and she provided food for front-line heroes during the Covid-19 pandemic.
She has served as a member of the Board of Directors for more than 10 years and is the current Board President of the Sierra House, an organization in East Orange, NJ that assists homeless mothers and their children. Pearlene is also a member of the Brooklyn Community Board 17 (CB17) where she is on the Land-Use committee and is the Chair of the Housing and Block Association committee.