1/19/2010 1:18:37 PM

 

 

(White Plains, NY) – Newly-elected Westchester County Legislator Alfreda Williams (D-Greenburgh) hosted a community swearing-in ceremony at the Theodore Young Community Center in Greenburgh on January 9th.  Williams, the former Greenburgh Town Clerk, has succeeded former County Board Chair Lois Bronz to become the newest representative from Greenburgh. 

 

Williams, who was joined by family, Board colleagues, friends and community, was officially sworn in by The Honorable Judge James Hubert, presiding judge of the integrated domestic violence court. “I’m honored to have been given the opportunity to continue in the footsteps of Lois Bronz in serving the people of the 8th District in the County Legislature,” said Wiliams.  “I’m ready to roll up my sleeves and tackle our communities most-demanding issues and I look forward to working with my new colleagues on the Board towards addressing the needs for smarter county government.”   

 

Williams was the first African-American to be elected Greenburgh Town Clerk and she held that post until 2007.  She has an extensive background in the health care stemming with major health care institutions, including Mount Sinai Medical Center and Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center where she specialized in human resource administration, management training and development and risk management.

Legislator Alfreda Williams joined by her daughter, Jewel, being sworn in by Judge James Hubert

 

 

Legislator Alfreda Williams joined by her predecessor, Lois Bronz, Board Vice-Chairman Lyndon Williams, Chairman Ken Jenkins and Board Majority Leader Tom Abinanti

 

 

 

 Photo Credit: Teresa Toscano