Local Politics: Part 3 Focus on Politics and Protests In Brooklyn
Join the MCNY Library and Deputy Public Advocate, Civic and Community Empowerment, Metropolitan College of New York MBA graduate, Xamayla Rose, discussing Politics and Protests in Brooklyn. This is the 3rd in our 4 part summer series!
Tuesday, July 13th, 5 pm
About Xamayla Rose
Xamayla Rose is responsible for shaping the Office of the Public Advocate’s programming and policies related to infrastructure for immigrant communities, electoral processes, democratic participation, community support, and civic engagement–including census outreach and inclusion and support for diverse populations. Before joining the Office of the Public Advocate, Xamayla was and continues to be known as a community organizer, government, and nonprofit professional who leads efforts in civic participation, workforce development, and anti-poverty initiatives.
Xamayla is a former strategist for New York City Human Resources Administration, previously served as the Youth Policy Analyst for the former Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, and the former Managing Director of Advocacy for a nonprofit co-founded that focuses on maternal health. In 2018, she worked alongside civil rights groups to register more than 100,000 voters in Georgia and North Carolina. In each role she undertakes, Xamayla continues her mission to protect and amplify the voices of our nation’s most vulnerable residents.