Political Candidate for NYC Council, District 17; Research Fellow for Pulitzer Prize Historian Dr. Manning Marable, Columbia University; Adjunct Professor, Hunter College; & Director of Career Planning / Job Placement, Dominican College.
MPA in International Economic Policy & Management from Columbia University; MBA in Quantitative Finance, Business Law, and Global Business from NYU Stern School of Business; EdM., in Higher Education Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University; Certificate in Performance Management & Measurement from Harvard University; Certificate in Decolonial Studies from the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona in Spain; & Certificate in Critical Islamic Theology and Muslim Liberation Studies from the Universidad de Granada in Spain.
Advisory Council, Harvard Business Review; Board Member, Community Board 2; Bronx GOP; Metropolitan Republican Club; National Association of Black Journalists; National Black MBA Association; National Society of Hispanic MBAs; Columbia University Alumni Arts League; United Nations Association of the United States of America; and the World Federation of United Nations Association.
Prior Public Experience
Political Candidate for NYC Council, District 17; Campaign Manager; Co-Organizer, Mayor Dinkins Leadership & Public Policy Forum; Director of Corporate Relations, National Black MBA Association; Education Policy & Leadership Fellow, Institute for Educational Leadership.
I strongly believe in BUILDING A BETTER & SAFER SOUTH BRONX!
The Democratic Party strongly believes in BUILDING MORE PRISONS IN THE SOUTH BRONX!
Every election year, the people of the South Bronx have overwhelmingly voted for the Democratic Party.
Over the last fifty years, this is what the Democratic Party in which you elected have done for you:
The South Bronx has highest rates of unemployment, poverty, crime, drug and alcohol-related hospitalizations, asthma, high school dropout, illiteracy, incarceration, and death due to homicide, drugs, and HIV than any other borough in New York City.
Despite these depressing statistics and heart-wrenching living conditions, the people of the South Bronx still vote for Democrats who are now speeding $10.5 billion to build a prison, not better and safer schools, parks, and housing in the South Bronx.
TO BUILD A BETTER & SAFER SOUTH BRONX, ON TUESDAY, APRIL 24, VOTE PATRICK DELICES FOR NYS SENATOR, 32nd DISTRICT!