REBECCA L. SANIN
Sanin, 42, lives in Huntington Station. She is also running on the Working Families Party line. She is president and CEO of Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, and a former Suffolk County assistant deputy county executive.
Sanin has focused on building environments of "continuous" improvement, including securing federal investments for Long Island, and playing a hands-on role in managing regional coordination with both Superstorm Sandy and COVID-19.
She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California, a master’s degree in developmental psychology from Columbia University and a juris doctor from Fordham Law School.
Sanin said she will work to restore public integrity to Huntington Town government through transparency, accountability, modernization and system transformation that would root out corruption, improve services and save taxpayer dollars.
She will back small businesses by investing in infrastructure and parking strategies in downtowns, and bring innovative opportunities and job growth to areas historically underinvested.
She said she will create attainable housing and support investments to improve water quality that will improve drinking water and reduce pollution.