Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan with several students from Queens Vocational High School participating in Career & Technical programs.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan and NYC Chancellor Carmen Farina touring Queens Vocational High School
- (L to R): Regent Judith Chin, Queens Representative, NYS Board of Regents, Orlaith Staunton, Carmen Parache Principal, P.S. 150Q, Ciaran Staunton, State Education Department Commissioner MaryEllen Elia, NYS Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan and NYS Chancellor Betty A. Rosa. "/>
(L to R): Regent Judith Chin, Queens Representative, NYS Board of Regents, Orlaith Staunton, Carmen Parache Principal, P.S. 150Q, Ciaran Staunton, State Education Department Commissioner MaryEllen Elia, NYS Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan and NYS Chancellor Betty A. Rosa.
Top Row K Bain, Founding Director, 696 Build Queensbridge, Detective McLeod, PSA#9, Chris Hanaway, Executive Director Jacob Riis Settlement House, Detective Darryl Johnson, PSA#9, Council Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer, Captain Bogle, PSA#9.
Bottom Row - Edwin Cadiz, Assemblywoman Nolan's office, Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan and April Simpson, President, Queensbridge Tenant Association.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan speaking at the event at Jacob Riis Settlement House.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan answering a question. Also pictured (L to R) Kadie Black, Gantry Parents Association, Deborah Alexander of CEC 30 and Becky Barnes of the Court Square Civic Association/Gantry Parents Association.
NYC Council Majority Jimmy Van Bramer, Ms. Patricia Fletcher (honoree), Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan, Marion Jeffries, President, Astoria/LIC NAACP and Andrew P. Jackson.
Photo Credit: Edwin Cadiz
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan recently attended an education rally with the Alliance for Quality Education. Also pictured with Assemblywoman Shelley Mayer, Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee, State Senator Montgomery, Jasmine Gripper, Alliance for Quality Education and several other volunteers.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan speaking on the opening day of the 2017 Legislative Session
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan joined Deputy Mayor Buery, Commissioner Menin and Chancellor Farina to announce that School District 30 in Queens will launch NYC's Child Savings Account initiative.
Claudia Coger, TA President, Astoria Houses, Annie Cotton Morris, TA President, Woodside Houses, Carol Wilkins, TA President, Ravenswood Houses, Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan, Chair of the Assembly Education Committee and Director of the new program Debra Ellen Glickstein.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan with several Sunnyside residents at Sunnyside Community Services.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan recently joined a roundtable put together by the Long Island City Partnership which featured Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul and Regional Economic Development Council for NYC Chair Winston Fisher.
Elizabeth Lusskin, Executive Director, Long Island City Partnership, NYS Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul, Carol Conslato, Director Public Affairs, Con Edison & NYC representative for the NYS Governor's Regional Economic Development Councils, Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan, State Senator Michael Gianaris and Kathryn Wylde, President and CEO, Partnership for New York City.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan attends the re-opening of Shady Park in Long Island City
Assemblywoman Nolan marched in the Ridgewood Memorial Day Parade and stopped at her local firehouse to thank these firefighters for their service, many of whom served in the armed services.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan with children and parents from Renaissance Charter School located in Queens, NY.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan speaking with students from the East Ramapo central school district
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan at the Public Employees Federation Conference
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan with Assemblywoman Weinstein and members of Agudath Israel
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan with Kerry Kennedy, Senator Espaillat, Assemblyman Camara, Senator Perkins & Assemblyman Moya speaking at a Press Conference in support of the Farmworker Rights bill.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan with several school safety guards at the newly constructed Maspeth High School in Queens
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan with Isiah Wilson, grandson of the great community activist Mannie Wilson of Queensbridge.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan with Geraldine Chapey, Queens County representative of the NYS Board of Regents and Assemblyman Goldfeder.
Assemblywoman Nolan visits with local Queens residents at Sunnyside Community Services.
Assemblywoman Nolan with community members at her State Fair in Sunnyside.
Assemblywoman Nolan with members of the New York State Police at her State Fair in Sunnyside.
Assemblywoman Nolan and City Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer joined local children at the Long Island City Library to celebrate its 3rd Anniversary.
Assemblywoman Nolan talks with Lois Tendler of the MTA at the opening of the new Myrtle Wyckoff inter-modal station.
Assemblywoman Nolan meet with local residents during one of her State Fair this past spring. These State Fairs invite local, city and state organizations to pass out information and answer questions that residents may have.
Assemblywoman Nolan visited with students from the Growing Up Green Charter School in Long Island City.
Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan, pictured with City Comptroller John Liu and City Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer, presented Bishop Mitchell Taylor, President of East River Development Alliance, a proclamation for his dedication to ERDA.
Assemblywoman Catherine Nolan, chair of the Assembly Education Committee invited State Education Commissioner David Steiner to visit Grover Cleveland High School with her. While at the high school, Assemblywoman Nolan honored Spanish Teacher Carmine Pulera, who has put in 42 years of service at the school, for being an outstanding teacher.
Assemblywoman Nolan with community members that stopped by her State Fair for information on local and state groups.
As a member of the Assembly Veterans Committee, I took part in a hearing that that held in Albany.
Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan met with teachers from Queens during their annual day in Albany.
I attended a press conference with Assemblymembers Rory Lancman and Mike Miller and State Senator Jeff Klein to inform Queens residents about the sex offender registry.