Assemblywoman Amy Paulin - Political

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Assemblywoman Amy Paulin
700 White Plains Road
Suite 252
Scarsdale, New York 10583Phone: 914.723.1115
Fax: 914.723.2662
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About Assemblywoman Amy Paulin

Assemblywoman Amy Paulin was first elected to the New York State Assembly in November 2000. Now in her fourth term, she represents the 88th Assembly District encompassing the following Westchester County communities: Village of Scarsdale, Town of Eastchester, Village of Tuckahoe, Village of Bronxville, Villages of Pelham and Pelham Manor, City of New Rochelle (part) and City of White Plains (part). She currently chairs the Assembly Committee on Libraries and Education Technology, and serves on the Committees on Children and Family, Education, Higher Education, and Health. She previously chaired the Task Force on People with Disabilities. Since her election, 85 of her bills have been signed into law.

A twenty-seven year resident of Scarsdale, NY, Assemblywoman Paulin has a long, distinguished record of activism in public policy and community issues.
She has strongly advocated for women and children in the areas of domestic violence, childcare, education, gun control and health care and has been vocal and active on the environment, human rights, and community affairs.

Paulin continues to be honored with numerous awards in recognition of her service. In April, she received the National Library Week Recognition Award by the Westchester Library System. New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NYSCADV) named her a leader in the fight against domestic Violence in March. Last year, she was honored by the Huguenot and New Rochelle Historical Society. She received the Metropolitan Library Council (METRO) award for outstanding and dedicated service in support of libraries and the Legislator Award from the Midwifery Education Program. On Oct. 11 2007, the Westchester Disabled On the Move awarded her with the Spirit of Independence Award. The Legislative Research Librarians section of the National Conference of State Legislators presented her with the 2007 Notable Documents award in the category of Public Policy. In 2006, she received the 2006 New York State Legislator of the Year from National Organization of Woman (NOW) of New York State; Excellence in Leadership Award from NOW of New York City; the Margaret Sanger Award from the Family Planning Advocates of New York State; and the Health Center Award by the Community Health Association of New York State. In 2005, she was elected to the prestigious Toll Fellowship that is sponsored by the Council of State Governments.

Prior to her election to the Assembly, Paulin served in several highly visible jobs, including Executive Director, My Sisters’ Place; Member, Scarsdale Village Board; Founder and Chairwoman, Westchester Women’s Agenda; President, Westchester League of Women Voters; Vice President, NY State League of Women Voters; Citizen Member, County Board of Legislators’ Special Committee on Families; and many more committees, councils and foundations.

Assemblywoman Paulin resides in Scarsdale with her husband, Ira Schuman, and their three children.

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