Martha Flores-Vazquez

Martha Flores-Vazquez

Vice Chair at Auxiliary Corporation of New York

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Chair of the Graduate Student Council  - City University of New York


Masters degree  - psychology , City University

Bachelors  - psychology , City University


Founder  - Auxiliary Corporation of New York

Founder  - Queens Women

Vice Chairman  - Student Services Corp.

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Myungsuk Lee finished in fourth, followed by Martha Flores-Vazquez.
This entry was posted in News, Northeast, Politics, Top Stories and tagged 40th Assembly District, AD40, Ethel Chen, Flushing, Martha Flores-Vazquez, Myungsuk Lee, Phil Gim, primary, Queens, Ron Kim, Sunny Hahn, Yen Chou on Flores-Vazquez served as chair of the Graduate Student Council at the City University of New York and while there, she instituted and oversaw quality assurance for the Student Services Corp., a committee designed to make certain that students were fairly represented in all phases at University meetings relative to policies that affected a multicultural population at large. She also was responsible for the oversight of the audit, reconciliation and appropriations process of the yearly budget, conducted on a monthly basis. She created the Auxiliary Corporation of New York, and as vice chair of the corporation, she focused on a design that would provide opportunities to minorities in business. This entry was posted in Top Stories and tagged 103rd Precinct, 9-11 museum, 9/11, Assemblywoman Grace Meng, Ethel Chen, Flushing, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Governor Chris Christie, Howard Beach, Martha Flores-Vazquez, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Myung Suk Lee, Phil Gim, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Queens, Queens Democratic Party, Ron Kim, sea levels new york, September 11, September 13 primary, Sunny Hahn, Yen Chou on

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Martha Flores-Vazquez, Ind 1,032 - 5 percent Primary Election Results Democratic PartyMartha Flores-Vazquez (Ind) Contributors to Martha Flores-Vazquez Candidates Linda Mandell, Martha Flores-Vazquez, and Adrian Joyce have reportedly been knocked off of the ballot. (See Campaign Update below.) 8/03/01 Martha Flores-Vazquez was born in Puerto Rico. The upside to this immigration is that Flushing, which goes back to 1654 and was the site of two World's Fair's, has become a village of many nations, with a bustling working class economy, and a constantly congested Main Street -- which is to Flushing what Broadway is to Manhattan -- lined with hundreds of crowded restaurants, banks and stores, most of them with signs in at least two languages.Few of these business, which are largely owned by Korean, Taiwanese, and Chinese, are chain stores or franchises -- though the best-known lately was the local Wendy's restaurant where five people were murdered.Despite the attention drawn to the Wendy's massacre, none of the candidates said that crime was a major issue in the district. On the other hand, the presence both of newcomers and long-time residents have led to ethnic tension, which was reflected by Harrison's comment and the arrest last year of a member of the white supremacist group National Alliance, whose Flushing home hid an arsenal that included 8,000 rounds of ammunition. Martha Flores-Vazquez believes that the City University of New York should roll back tuition and that New York City "should give enough money to guarantee education for all qualified."She also said that education will also help economic development.Ethel Chen and Martha Flores-Vazquez, have only raised $49,675 and $9,970 respectively.Still, in spite of John Liu's apparent lead, Martha Flores-Vazquez believes that her ethnic background gives her an advantage over the other three candidates. "The media is focused on who raised the most money," Flores-Vazquez said."They are forgetting the large population of Hispanics.Hispanics are the second highest voting block in the district." Regardless of which candidate wins, there will be a new ethnic representative in the Queens delegation of the city council.Even though it has become the most ethnically diverse borough, Queens currently has no Asian nor Hispanic city council members. Campaign Update: Martha Flores-Vazquez is the chair for the Graduate Student Council at City University and the vice-chairman for the Student Services Corporation.She founded the Queens Women's 2001 Conference and the Martha's Flushing Block Association.She received her Bachelors and Masters degree in psychology at City University.

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