Party Enrolled In: Republican
Current Occupation: Retired
Previous Occupation(s): Human rights specialist
Education: BA, MM
Organizational Affiliations: I resigned from various organizations in order to run for a public office.
Prior Public Experience: Too many to mention. All my life I was devoted to serving people and communities I belonged. Latest one was that I served and retired from the NYC Commission on Human Rights as the first and only Korean Community Organizer and served as a community aide for Senator Frank Padavan and served as Advisor to the Korean American Association of Queens, and served as the president of my condominium in downtown Flushing. Also served as a non-voting member of the Flushing BID board for several years.
1. What is the most important issue in Council District 20 you would address if elected?
2. What other important issues would you address if elected?
Sensible developments with long term benefits, Public transportation, Flushing High School improvement, protection of small businesses near municipal Parking Lot 1.
3. What makes you the best candidate for this office?
Because I am the best and the brightest. We need a candidate with the highest integrity and moral rectitude, to do the right things and good things for the people of the district, Queens and NYC. Moral rectitude has to be combined with the highest intelligence. Without intelligence you won't be able to understand all the complexity of the needs and potential of the district you want to represent and lead.
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