Alicia will build on her experience as President of Community Education Council 29 to fight for more funding and access to choice for students and parents.
SERVICES FOR SENIORS
Alicia will push to redefine eligibility standards so our seniors can receive additional services and home care.
Alicia will partner with community leaders to create lasting solutions for homeowners hit by flood damage.
DELIVERY OF RESOURCES
Alicia will ensure residents receive maximum value of tax dollars spent by improving service delivery and fighting for more resources.
A long-time resident of South East Queens, Alicia grew up in Hollis & South Ozone Park and attended public schools, PS 34, IS 109, JHS 226 & John Adams HS. She is passionate about serving and giving back to the community. For nineteen years, she has not only worked in higher education as an investigator and administrator, but also worked closely with community stakeholders as member of Community Board 12Q and as a regular participant of the Rosedale Civic Association. For the past four years, Alicia has served as the President of the NYC Department of Education Community District Education Council 29 (CEC 29), representing the thirty-three elementary and middle schools in the district. As CEC 29 President, she worked closely with principals, teachers, parents, public safety officials and community leaders to bring over $30 million in capital funding to local schools and to ensure that children get the highest quality education. She currently resides in Rosedale, Queens with her two lovely daughters Nia and Nyla. She is proud and humbled to have the opportunity to work hard for the community she loves in Albany.
VOTE DEMOCRAT NOVEMBER 3RD
Democrat Alicia Hyndman defeated the Republican candidate, Scherie Murray, Tuesday night in a landslide victory in the off-year general election for the state Assembly seat formerly held by William Scarborough. On an unseasonably warm November day, the votes came in low and slow, according to the unofficial city Board of Elections results. With 87.1 percent[…]
Democrat Alicia Hyndman cruised to victory Tuesday night in the special election for the 29th State Assembly District. “It hasn’t been an easy course, but this community is worth it,” Hyndman said at her election night headquarters, joined by most of the region’s political leaders.
On Tuesday, voters in Southeast Queens will go to the polls to vote for a new member of the state Assembly. In a rare instance, there are two competing candidates running for the seat. Democrat Alicia Hyndman and Republican Scherie Murray. In a community where very often politicians run with nominal or no opposition, it[…]
Hyndman Stresses Education in the 29th Democrat in Special Election Says Schooling and Jobs Go Hand-in-Hand Alicia Hyndman’s road to Tuesday’s election in the 29th State Assembly District began several years ago when she tried unsuccessfully to enroll her eldest child in the school of her choice. “I still got her into a good school,”[…]
Walking for Wellness Picks Up Pace (St. Albans, NY) On Saturday, September 5th, 2015, Democratic Nominee for Assembly District 29 Alicia Hyndman joined State Senator Leroy G. Comrie (D-St. Albans) Council Member I. Daneek Miller (D-St. Albans), New York Knicks alumni John Wallace, Senior VP of Government Affairs at MSG Irene Baker and community residents to walk for health and wellness in[…]
If elected as District 29’s Assembly Member, Alicia will work with ALL her constituents to ensure fair and equitable distribution of resources. This district’s emerging communities are no exception to that. Alicia was humbled and honored to receive support from the hard working citizens of the Bangladeshi Community, who rallied support on her behalf because of[…]
As a volunteer parent, advocate and activist for the past ten years, Alicia is proud of the work she has done during her tenure as President and now member of the CEC. Working collaboratively with parents, principals and community leaders, she fought hard and improved the quality of education for students in the District. Special thanks to NYC Chancellor Carmen Farina for[…]
Full Interview with Assembly Candidate Alicia Hyndman By Matt McClure Thursday, October 15, 2015 at 04:07 PM CDT NY1 VIDEO: Alicia Hyndman is the Democrat running for the 29th District Assembly seat in Southeast Queens. NY1’s Matt McClure spoke with her about the issues facing the district. Here is the full, unedited interview.
For Immediate Release Hyndman Emerges with Labor Support in Assembly District 29, Receiving Race’s First Union Endorsement (Jamaica, New York) Today, Alicia Hyndman, candidate for State Assembly and a proud union member, announced her endorsement from the Transport Workers Union Local 100 in her bid for the 29th Assembly District. TWU Local 100 represents over[…]
Democratic leaders from Southeast Queens and the county are supporting Alicia Hyndman, the former president of Community Education Council 29, to run for the seat in the 29th State Assembly District left vacant by the resignation of Bill Scarborough. … Hyndman said she has the backing of elected leaders including state Sen. Leroy Comrie (D-St. Albans) and[…]