Suffolk is my home. It’s where I raised my two children, both proud graduates of Ward Melville HS. For over twenty years, I taught at Stony Brook University, and I served as the chair of the Chemistry Department. For years, I’ve fought to protect children, supporting research on the effects of screens on kids and founding a nonprofit to improve local schools. Suffolk is where I built my life. Now I'm running for Congress to get things done.
As a mom, educator, and scientist, I rely on facts, data, and common sense. So let’s get those straight:
To protect families like yours and mine, we need a representative who will work with Republicans and Democrats to cut costs for Long Islanders, ensure local public safety and social services have the resources they need to keep us safe, stand up to the extremists who want to take away a woman’s right to choose, and put an end to senseless gun violence. And that’s exactly what I’ll do in Congress.