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by Gotham Gazette Staff, Aug 03, 2013
 

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Kimberly Council (WF)

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Biography: Council is a Brooklyn native. She is the vice president of the board of directors of the East New York Housing Development Corp., where she played a critical role in creating affordable housing. She has worked with state Sen. Valmanette Montgomery to help youth through education and health care programs. As a member of the Berean Baptist Church she has helped organize workshops to help the residents of the neighborhood and church congregation. Council graduated from North Carolina University and received her master’s degree from the Pratt Institute.

Rafael Espinal

Rafael Espinal (D)

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Biography: Espinal, Jr. has lived in Brooklyn all his life. He taught adult literacy to residents in East New York, Cypress Hills and New York. After the adult program lost funding, he went on to work for Erik Dilan’s office in 2007 and worked his way up to chief of staff. In 2011 he went on to run for State Assembly and won. Espinal graduated from Queens College.

Michael Freeman-Saulsberre (C)

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Jesus Gonzalez

Jesus Gonzalez (WF)

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Biography: None.

Rafael Espinal

Rafael Espinal (D,C)

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Biography: Espinal, Jr. has lived in Brooklyn all his life. He taught adult literacy to residents in East New York, Cypress Hills and New York. After the adult program lost funding, he went on to work for Erik Dilan’s office in 2007 and worked his way up to chief of staff. In 2011 he went on to run for State Assembly and won. Espinal graduated from Queens College.

Heriberto Mateo

Heriberto Mateo

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Biography: None.

Mike Nieves

Mike Nieves (D)

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Biography: None.

Kimberly Council

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Biography: Council is a Brooklyn native. She is the vice president of the board of directors of the East New York Housing Development Corp., where she played a critical role in creating affordable housing. She has worked with state Sen. Valmanette Montgomery to help youth through education and health care programs. As a member of the Berean Baptist Church she has helped organize workshops to help the residents of the neighborhood and church congregation. Council graduated from North Carolina University and received her master’s degree from the Pratt Institute.

Helal A. Sheikh

Helal A. Sheikh (D)

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Biography: Sheikh was born in Bangladesh and moved to the U.S. when he was 17-years-old. He has lived in East New York since arriving in the states. He went on to be a public school teacher. Sheikh attended City Tech for his undergraduate degree where he was the first South Asian to be elected president of the student government association. He went on to get his master’s degree at Brooklyn College.


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