As a community attorney, I work for our most vulnerable neighbors. Every day, I see the impact of failed policies and government neglect. I am running for City Council in District 33 so I can do for everyone in this district what I do for my clients: fight to create a more just and equitable Brooklyn. I am running a fully grassroots campaign and will not take any donations from PACs, lobbyists, law enforcement unions, or real estate developers.


Join our team and build a more just District 33!



I've seen firsthand how our most vulnerable struggle to have their needs met. I also run free legal clinics at Woodhull Hospital and other health care centers in the community. I was born in New York and was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 6. My personal experience, and my family’s experience with chronic illness, is why I've devoted my career to fighting for my community. I know the struggles that everyday New Yorkers face when trying to get the healthcare we need for ourselves and our families.

Last year I started the first free legal program in New York City for the families of people with dementia and Alzheimer’s at public hospitals and community health centers. I help seniors continue to live safely at home and get family caretakers the relief they need.

Working directly with the community means the problems New Yorkers face are not an abstraction to me: every single day I see how working people struggle because our city is not equipped to help them.


I'm running for City Council to ensure that our most vulnerable have access to the services they need, and especially in this time of crisis, that every New Yorker has the resources to thrive.




District 33 is diverse and connects several neighborhoods along the north Brooklyn waterfront. It includes these neighborhoods:

Greenpoint,  Williamsburg, (West of Wythe Ave), South Williamsburg, DUMBO, Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn Heights Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Navy Yard Bedford-Stuyvesant  (North of Dekalb Ave), Gowanus (North of Sackett St)

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