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Assemblywoman Ann-Margaret Carrozza

26th Assembly District

Ann-Margaret Carrozza was elected to the State Assembly on November 5, 1996. Carrozza, Democratic and Independent, represents the northeastern Queens neighborhoods of East Flushing, Bayside, Douglaston, Little Neck, Whitestone, Malba, Bay Terrace and Floral Park.

Assemblywoman Carrozza serves on the Assembly Standing Committees on Aging, Election Law, Governmental Employees, Insurance and Veterans' Affairs. She is also a member of the Assembly's Legislative Women's Caucus.

In addition, Assemblywoman Carrozza is also a member of the New York State Bar Association, Elder Law Committee and the Queens County Women's Bar Association.

Prior to her election to the New York State Assembly, Carrozza worked as a court attorney for Civil Court Judge Peter O'Donoghue. She also served as a clinical intern in the Queens County District Attorney's office.

Carrozza completed her undergraduate studies at SUNY Albany and SUNY Empire State. She is also a graduate of Hofstra Law School, where she served as a member of the Law Review. A recipient of the 1995 Health Law Award, Assemblywoman Carrozza has proven herself a highly qualified advocate for senior citizens' rights.

A strong education advocate, Carrozza has frequently acted as an advisor in high school career guidance programs and spoken at elementary and secondary school events on the essentials of career guidance.

A longtime sponsor of Special Olympics, Assemblywoman Carrozza continues working to further the cause of the disabled, championing reforms that enable the physically and mentally handicapped to be accepted and productive in the community. Carrozza also continues to serve as an advocate for Disabled American Veterans.

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