Professor Labor & Employment Law
IDCE, University of Guyana,
Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality, 2009.
UWI Institute of Business, Trinidad & Tobago
Diploma in Financial Management, 2006
Albany Law School, Albany, NY
Juris Doctor, Class 1999
Economics Department, Graduate Faculty,
New School for Social Research, New York, New York, 1985
MA/Ph.D. student, I completed at least 30 credits.
Pace University, New York, NY, January 1980
BA, Majors: Economics and Mathematics
Member, Community Board 17, Brooklyn, New York
Former Chairs of Land Use Committee & Education Committee
Deputy Team Chief, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Member (Community Board 14), Brooklyn, NY
Team Chief, CERT, Community Board 17, Brooklyn, NY
Member, ARMY VOLUNTEER CORP (Income tax Preparer, Ft Hamilton Army Base)
Chair, Legal Redress Committee
Association of Black Educator of New York (ABENY), New York, New York
Member, Brooklyn Bar Association, Brooklyn, NY
Prior Public Experience
Member Brooklyn's Community Board 17
Chair, Land Use Committee
Chair, Education Committee
The three most compelling issues that residents of the 42nd Assembly District face, which has been completely ignore by the current Assembly Member Rodneyse Bichotte are (1) displacement of long-time residents (seniors), (2) the foreclosure crises that is wreaking havoc in Flatbush and East Flatbush, and (3) the inequitable distribution of educational resources for schools in the 42nd A.D. as compared to the schools in Park slope.. .
The current Assembly Member Rodneyse Bichotte doesn’t have a clue about what she should be fighting for. While in Albany she has not sponsored Assembly Bill A06285 to protect tenants from displacement caused by preferential rents. In the case of Assembly Bill A00433 to repeal Vacancy Decontrol meant to give tenants further protection from displacement, Bichotte made herself absent for the Housing Committee vote on May 16, 2017 and she also made herself absent for he floor vote on June 14, 2017.