|Name||Stephanie A. Miner|
|Address||102 Woodside Dr |
Syracuse, New York , United States
|| April 30, 1970
Sep 08, 2018 04:17pm
“Someone needs to be willing to ask tough questions, be innovative, take risks and work to inspire change. People deserve a leader who spearheads positive change and get things done. It takes committed people and strong leadership to create real, meaningful change."
Councilor-at-Large Stephanie Miner has truly established herself as a voice to be heard when it comes to inspiring positive change. The passion and philosophy that she first started with when she took office in 2001 is still what drives her today.
Stephanie graduated Magna Cum Laude with Honors, Phi Beta Kappa, from Syracuse University with a Dual Degree in Political Science and Journalism in 1992. She then became Governor Mario Cuomo’s Regional Representative. Gaining first hand experience working on various campaigns, Stephanie decided to run for office herself. She finished Law School at the University of Buffalo in 1999 and by 2001 joined the race for Councilor-at-Large on the Common Council in Syracuse. She has been fighting for Syracuse residents since 2002 and she has no plans of stopping. Though Stephanie’s name has come up regarding other political positions, she is happy to stay where she is for now.
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