Miles Chapin has served on the Board of the All Souls UU Church, as chair of Musica Viva, and as Vice President of the Heart & Soul Charitable Fund.  Other board service has included The Rene Dubos Center for Human Environments, The Experiential Orchestra, the Earth Communications Office, and RARE (formerly the RARE Center For Tropical Environments).  He has a background in the Arts, but for the last 15 years he’s worked as an Associate Broker with Brown Harris Stevens, one of the leading real estate firms in the City.  A native New Yorker with deep roots, he lives in Long Island City with his two soon-to-be-adult children.