Assemblywoman Nily Rozic (D-Fresh Meadows) announced this week that she has been selected to serve on five committees.
The freshman, who was elected in November to the seat vacated by Rory Lancman, was assigned to the Children & Families; Corporations & Public Authorities; Corrections; Environmental Conservation and Labor committees.
“These committees span issues relevant to the communities of Eastern Queens and build off of policy expertise I have developed over the years,” said Rozic, who had previously served as chief of staff to Assemblyman Brian Kavanaugh (D-Manhattan) before her campaign. “There is much work to be done to keep our economy growing and our communities thriving, and I am committed to working both in Albany and in the community to further our interests. I look forward to collaborating with the committee chairs and my colleagues in government and having a productive legislative session.”
Rozic is also a member of the Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic and Asian Legislative Caucus; the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Task Force and the Legislative Women’s Caucus.