A public office stands true to the service of its community. Through a vote of public confidence, we are elected to serve our people and represent their voice in the legislature.
I have always stood true to that belief. My role, as an Assemblywoman of the 80th Assembly District in the Bronx, is to give a voice to the people and help them live their best life. Many of our disenfranchised communities are plagued with systemic and generational issues. Such issues require us legislators to fight for change. That change includes stronger housing initiatives and protections, education reform, criminal justice reform, and mental health advocacy.
My goal is to create a better tomorrow. Not just for New Yorkers, but for the world.