Welcome Letter

Dear Neighbor,

Welcome to my New York State Assembly website.

This page is a way for us to keep in touch about the work I do both in Albany and at home to help make Central New York the best it can be.

It is an honor to represent our diverse and vibrant region, which is why I am working diligently to attract more good jobs, improve our schools and keep our families safe.

I look forward to your feedback — in order to be an effective representative, I need to hear from those I serve.

In addition, I encourage you to use the entire Assembly website as a tool to stay informed about the issues being considered by the state legislature.

Biography

Assemblymember  Pamela J. Hunter

Pamela Hunter is an Upstate NY native and a U.S. Army veteran, honorably discharged with a commendation medal and two achievement medals. Pamela received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Strayer College in Washington DC with concentrations in Human Resources and Computer Information Systems. She has a Professional Certification in Human Resources. She represents the southern and eastern portions of the City of Syracuse, as well as the surrounding towns of Dewitt, Onondaga, Salina and the Onondaga Nation.

Prior to her election to the NYS Assembly in 2015, Pamela served on the Syracuse Common Council for three years and chaired the Public Safety Committee. She has broad professional experience having held executive positions with nonprofit organizations and professional service firms and has served the community on various boards including Catholic Charities, Meals on Wheels and the Syracuse Industrial Development Agency.

Pamela is the only female veteran in the state Legislature, giving her unique insight as ¬chair of the Assembly Subcommittee on Women Veterans, working to expand access to benefits and services and improve job opportunities for women who’ve served our country. She also serves on the Energy, Insurance, Social Services, Transportation, and Veteran Affairs’ Committees, and is a member of the Black and Puerto Rican Legislators and Women’s Caucuses.

This year, Hunter authored legislation to provide assistance to tenants, protect the environment and aide veterans in employment.

Pamela is passionate about building a better future for Central New York. She believes that good jobs, improved schools and increased public safety will enhance quality of life and lead to stronger communities and greater success.

She lives in Syracuse with her husband and son.

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