2013 Voter Guide

Candidates for Queens Borough President

Everly D. Brown
Jobs & Education

Party Enrolled In: Democratic

Current Occupation: Developer, Foreclosure consultant, Financial consultant and Investor. Community Organizer. Queens Business owner.

Previous Occupation(s): Developer, Foreclosure consultant, Financial consultant and Investor.

Education: St. Francis College pursue bachelors degree, Washington Business Institute Associates degree in Business Administration. Dale Carnegie Institute Studied Public speaking, College of Arts, Science and Technology Jamaica WI Business studies, St. John University Basic Real Estate law.

Organizational Affiliations: National Auction Network, various civic associations and charities.

Prior Public Experience: candidate for NY State assembly, NYC Council, NYS Senate

1. What is the most important issue in Queens you would address if elected?

Quality of life of Queens Resident. I believe in raising the standard of all Queens Citizens by direct government participation. Reforming the transparency in the borough presidency administration. Creating a task force for education to evaluate and propose changes for improvement in Queens schools. Increasing funding directly related to community clean up. Initially we need pride in Queens and its appearance.


2. What other important issues would you address if elected?

Restore Integrity in local government. Create and maintain trust within the system through transparency. I intend to invest in a system so that Queens residents can contact the Queens Borough President Directly to voice concerns that will be addressed bi-weekly.


3. What makes you the best candidate for this office?

As a resident and local leader in Queens for the last thirty years I have in-depth, nuanced insight into the issues affecting the Queens residents. I specialized in community building, during my time as a community organizer and believe in Queens and its citizens. I have the drive and motivation to work tirelessly on behalf of my constituency.


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  • JE = Jobs & Education
  • R = Republican
  • WF = Working Families