Nily Rozic became the youngest woman in the state legislature and the first woman ever to represent the 25th District in 2012. Since then she has been reelected a few times and is currently the chair of the Assembly’s Committee on Consumer Affairs and Protection. In this position, she works to protect consumers from fraud and discriminatory business practices, ensure data privacy, and regulate credit and pricing practices in New York. Before this position she was the Chair of the Subcommittee on Emerging Workforce where she has championed bills creating flexibility in the workplace, fair practices for work shifts, pay equity, and increased entrepreneurship in underserved communities.
In Queens, Nily is focused on serving day-to-day needs and fighting for key quality of life issues in her district. In Albany, Nily is an outspoken advocate for working and middle-class families, immigrant communities, and students, and she has already sponsored and passed legislation aimed at revitalizing New York’s environment, expanding government transparency, and strengthening the state’s workforce development system. She is also committed to social justice, equality, and opportunity for all. Most recently, she authored a new law to ease work schedules for state employees and expand current flexible workplace practices. Nily continues to advocate for issues she is passionate about and address the concerns of workers and businesses.