Caribbean Life endorses Haitian-American Councilwoman, Farah Louis

Haitian-American Councilwoman, Farah Louis.
Gerri Hernández

Caribbean Life is endorsing Haitian-American Councilwoman, Farah Louis for the 45th Council District in Brooklyn in the Democratic Primary on June 25.

During the Special Election on May 14 for the 45th Council District Louis defeated her opponents and is once again being challenged by first runner-up in the Special Election, Monique Chandler-Waterman and others.

She is being endorsed by many others including Mayor Bill de Blasio, Brooklyn Borough President, Eric Adams, Democratic Party Leader, Frank Seddio, District Leaders Lori Maslow, Doug Schneider, Sue Ann Partnow, David Schwartz, Lori Knipel and Ari Kagan.

Louis, a first-generation Brooklynite, has been a community organizer and publicist with more than 15 years of experience and dedication to advocacy and public service.

She is campainging on a theme “It’s Time for a Brooklyn that Works for All of Us” and intends to fight for affordable housing, funding for education and economic development for our neighborhoods of NYC.

This candidate is well qualified having earned a Master’s in Public Administration and a Bachelor Degree in English. She gained tremendous experience while working as the deputy chief of staff and budget director for Council Member, Jumaane Williams (Council District 45). She has shown leadership having launched several grassroots initiatives with several city agencies, non-profit organizations and business.

Louis is the founder of Girls Leading Up (GLU), an organization that offers educational workshops, programs and mentorship opportunities to prepare young women to become emerging global leaders and to ensure young women are mentally, emotionally and skillfully ready to compete in today’s challenging economic market.

For all her achievements, initiatives and leadership skills we lend our full support to her campaign for the next councilwoman for the 45th Council District in Brooklyn.

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