I am excited to use my professional experience and academic background to help students advance their educational learning and performance.
I am currently a public servant working to advance New York City's infrastructure and protect the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood as part of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Bus Terminal Replacement project team. Here I work with citizens and elected officials to advance the development of the project. I lead presentations and information sessions to educate the public on the process, timeline, and project.
I previously served the people of New York as a Policy Advisor to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. Where I developed policy proposals for the Governor's annual legislative agenda and budget. I also worked to translate these complex policies into simple to understand concepts for communicating with the public.
I came to public service by way of Manhattan Community Board 4, where I served from 2010 to 2016. I was chosen to be co-chair of the Transportation committee, and elected Second Vice Chair of the board.
I am the former Vice President and current board member of the Chelsea Hell's Kitchen Coalition for Pedestrian Safety (CHEKPEDS).
During a previous professional life in communications, I worked at the United Nations International School on digital media. In this role I worked closely with students, faculty, and parents on special projects.
My work in communications lead to becoming the founder and currently the managing member, of Policomm Digital Communications Group.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice - Bachelor of Science, Public Administration
Graduate Degree: CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice - Master of Science, Public Administration
SAT Verbal: 700
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High School English
High School Government
Middle School English
Middle School Reading Comprehension
Middle School Social Studies
Middle School Writing