Sam Hudis is a seven-year member of Manhattan Young Democrats, New York State Young Democrats, and the Young Democrats of America. He has served in the past as Chair of the YDA Jewish Caucus and as a member of the YDA Campaign Committee, where he worked to identify and disperse YDA donations to worthy Young and Youth affiliated Democratic candidates in close general elections fights. Since 2009, Sam has attended every regularly scheduled meeting of the Young Democrats of America National Committee, and is ready to provide stability to NYSYD’s representation at YDA and to use his YDA experience to hit the ground running.
Sam is a born and raised native Manhattanite and is on the executive board of his local Democratic club, Community Free Democrats. A graduate of George Washington University and graduate student at Hunter College, Sam works as a Geospatial Analyst for the campaign finance research and data mining firm Competitive Advantage Research, and for Hunter College’s Center for Advanced Research of Spatial Information, where he is working with the New York City Council on a creating a building by building geodatabase of the city of New York, in order to assist policymakers in modeling the effect of rezoning on existing communities.