Councilwoman Gina Jackson was elected to the Town Board in 2019 for a four-year term and took office January 1, 2020. She is a long-time resident of the town, with strong, deep roots in the community, having been raised in the Fairview section of town.
Prior to being elected, Gina served on various boards, such as the Theodore D. Young Community Center Foundation, Greenburgh Library Guild, and Hope’s Door. She brings the intricate working knowledge of municipal operations to the board, having a background in human resources, procurement processes, and water utilities. Most importantly, her experiences have shaped and added to her firm understanding of the necessity to build and maintain great relationships, which she has made with governmental officials and stakeholders on the local, county and state levels.
Gina believes a Town Board should function with the best interests of all residents continuously at the forefront of decision-making. She is confident she will be a crucial ear and voice for constituents wanting to be heard.