Albany County Young Democrats President
Matthew Barron has been a resident of Albany County since 1998. He has worked on multiple levels of politics in New York and New Jersey. His first experience in the world of politics was an internship with US Senator Charles E. Schumer’s office in Albany during college. Graduating from Rider University in 2012 with a Double Major in History and Political Science, he immediately started working for the New Jersey Democratic Committee. In the fall of 2013, he decided to move home to Albany County, and began to work for the New York State Assembly in the spring of 2014. Matt is an adamant Ultimate Frisbee Player, and occasional trivia champ.
Bronx Young Democrats President
Born and raised in the Bronx, Eric C. Henry has dedicated his life to community activism. Throughout his undergraduate years at Binghamton University, he was involved in a number of organizations such as the Black Student Union and Caribbean Student Association. While there, he also helped found a number of new organizations on campus, such as a male outreach and support group, and a male juvenile detention center outreach program.
While pursuing his JD at New York Law School, Eric coordinated several legal outreach trips to New Orleans, Louisiana and represented low-income New Yorkers in mediation disputes against the New York City Department of Education and the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation. He was also honored to have been the Vincent A. Carbonell Fellow in Law and Policy for the Justice Action Center, and a Shepard Broad’27 Scholar.
Eric has served on the boards of several community non-profit organizations, such as Wesley Parrot Youth Programs and the Alpha Phi Alpha Senior Citizens Center, Inc. He is also a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, and a Big Brother from 2008-2013. He has been an active member of the New York Urban League Young Professionals since 2012, and served as Chairperson of their Community Service Committee from 2014-2015. He has worked for the New York City Council, and currently works for the New York Botanical Garden. Eric looks forward to promoting volunteerism, civic outreach and personal/professional development for BYD.
Broome County Young Democrats President
Chemung County Young Democrats President
Columbia County Young Democrats President
Council of Presidents Chair
Dutchess County Young Democrats President
Brooklyn Young Democrats President
Western Vice President
Monroe County Young Democrats President
Nassau County Young Democrats President
Orange County Young Democrats President
Manhattan Young Democrats President
Mohammed is a graduate from The City College of New York, with a B.A. in Political Science. He helped establish and was President of the Roosevelt Institute Chapter, and was elected Executive Vice President of the student body. Mohammed has previously worked for U.S. Senator Gillibrand, U.S. Congressman Rangel, and NYC Speaker Quinn. Mohammed has also worked in The White House, the New York Attorney General’s Office, and the Center for American Progress. He is currently the External Affairs Manager at the Center for Court Innovation, which promotes new thinking about criminal justice reform. On a voluntary basis Mohammed served as a Finance Council Member with Hillary for America, is a New Leaders Fellow at the Carnegie Council, and was recently elected as Vice President of the Manhattan Young Democrats.
Queens County Young Democrats President
Stacey A. Eliuk is proud to serve as NYSYD‘s National Committeewoman, as well as lead the Queens Young Democrats’ dynamic Executive Board as the organization’s (first female) President. A steadfast #QueensKid and native New Yorker, Eliuk is a leader who has built upon the many accomplishments of boards past to further grow and unify NYSYD‘s membership and build its capacity, reputation and influence within the larger political network of YDA.
In the past, Eliuk has worked for State Senators and Council Members; fundraised for candidates and causes; knocked on doors and got out the vote for ideals that mattered. A graduate of Queens College and Columbia University, Eliuk currently serves as Queens Outreach Coordinator for the Office of NYC Public Advocate Letitia James.
Rensselaer County Young Democrats President
Tim Kennedy’s background stems from his involvement in local civic affairs, combined with relentless optimism, good will and charming smile. He has been involved with college democrats in the past, and has served as Rensselaer County Young Democrats president for four years.
While studying Political Science and Urban Planning at the University at Albany, he naturally became passionate about the policy-making process. In pursuing this passion, hes spent time working within several non-profit organizations, government offices, consumer advocacy campaigns, political campaigns and different communications firms. That experience is what he intends to give to the Young Democrats of New York State. That’s where his vision of a new atonement for volunteerism and civic participation will help build a strong and resilient Young Democrats organization.
As a political scientist and community activist, he understands which strategies work and the importance of building a support system around local initiatives and local candidates. Kennedy looks forward to building a better future for the Young Democrats, while serving as Vice President of the Capital Region on the NYSYD Executive Board.
Young Democrats of Richmond County President
Rockland County Young Democrats President
Saratoga County Young Democrats President
Ulster County Young Democrats President
Westchester Young Democrats President
Brendan has lived in Westchester County most of his life. He is currently a resident of the Town of Cortlandt where he serves as a District Leader. Brendan graduated Binghamton University with a degree in Political Science. Brendan has worked in both politics and higher education and currently works in solar energy.
Yates County Young Democrats President