Your Voice, A Voice for All of Greenburgh
Raised in Greenburgh, Gina has extensive leadership skills, a passion for her community and diligently works for the best outcomes and progressive results. Her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Concordia College and her Cornell University Human Resources Certificate, coupled with her professional experience as Chief of Staff for a Deputy Commissioner of Watershed Management, Director of Administration in the New York Executive Chamber Office of the Governor, and Program Administrator in Strategic Supply Management for New York State Power Authority make a solid foundation for an ideal Town Councilperson. Her community activism as a volunteer with the Greenburgh Library Guild, Hope’s Door and the Theodore D. Young Community Center are more pluses!
Most importantly, experiences have shaped and added to Gina’s firm understanding of the necessity to build and maintain great relationships and she has successfully done so with governmental officials and stakeholders on the local, county and state levels.
Gina believes we are all witnesses to our changing world and its reflection of the changes needed in our community. She sees the role of the town council as functioning with the best interests of ALL residents continuously at the forefront of decisions. Gina stated “she will bring that crucial voice of constituents who are eager to be heard."
Gina is a member of the NAACP, the Westchester Black Women’s Political Caucus, Inc. and the Westchester Alumnae Chapter (WAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Gina and her son are both members of Union Baptist Church where they regularly attend.
Those that have met her describe Gina as energetic, clever, creative, open-minded and both a forward and strategic thinker. She is a very good listener with great interpersonal skills and has her eyes on a future filled with positive results.
Gina will be on the Democratic Primary Ballot on June 25, 2019 and with your help, she hopes to be on the Democratic line in November.