Latrice Monique Walker
Latrice Monique Walker was elected to the New York State Assembly in 2014 to fill a vacant seat. A native of the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, Assemblywoman Latrice Walker is a licensed attorney, and has made a name for herself as a strong advocate from the streets of Brownsville to the Halls of Justice.
Assemblywoman Walker received her early childhood education in the New York City public schools and went on to receive her undergraduate degree from SUNY Purchase College where she double-majored in Sociology and Political Science. She achieved a Juris Doctorate Degree of Law from Pace University and was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2007.
Assemblywoman Walker is not new to the legislative process, having served as Counsel to U.S. Representative Yvette D. Clarke since 2007; helping to plan, organize, and integrate the congressional agenda to improve her community. She played a central role in facilitating the federal, state, and city governments’ community planning and development initiatives, and she evaluated their economic and civic effect on the community.