Biography

Daniel Rosenthal
Daniel Rosenthal represents the New York's 27th Assembly District, which encompasses the neighborhoods of Kew Gardens Hills, Kew Gardens, Pomonok, Electchester, College Point and parts of Whitestone, Richmond Hill, Briarwood and Forest Hills.

Prior to holding office, Daniel worked as a Councilmanic Aide for 6 years. In his role as District Director for Councilman Rory Lancman, he was a proactive voice for his community and fought to bring various essential services to constituents. Some of Danielís work includes successfully organizing opposition to bus lanes on Main Street, pushing the Cityís Department of Design and Construction to finally complete the long awaited Kew Gardens Hills Library, representing the district's interests on the Flushing Meadows Corona Park Community Advisory Board and helping to secure increased sanitation services in Briarwood and Kew Gardens Hills.

Daniel is a passionate advocate for raising public health awareness, ensuring all New Yorkers have access to proper medical care and fully funding all of our schools.

Daniel is the youngest sitting member of the New York State Legislature. He is a graduate of Lander College for Men and resides in Kew Gardens Hills.