Leonard Brock recently announced that he was resigning as executive director of the Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative effective in June.
On Dec. 12, Brock announced that he would leave the program effective in June. He is reported to have plans to revive Community Empowerment Opportunities, an economic concept that helps residents create businesses to fuel their neighborhoods.
“As opposed to running from poverty, I’m looking to run to creating community economic development opportunities for everyone to participate,” he said. Brock became the first executive director of RMAPI in June 2015