Contact Your Elected Official

Contacting your elected officials at the local, state and federal levels can be of crucial importance in times when cuts threaten education, especially with respect to Languages Other Than English.

NYSAFLT is committed to streamlining this connection by providing you exactly what you need to contact policymakers..

Use the table below to connect to your appropriate representative so you may share with them your concerns and advocacy points for our profession.

State Government

state level language advocacy

Executive


Legislative

Committees

Craig Buckstein, Partner and CEO of Geneva World Wide Translating and Interpretation and President of the Association of Language Companies; Diana Zuckerman, NYSAFLT Public Advocacy; Alyson Kelly, Legislative Correspondent for Senator Kirsten Gillibrand; Marie Campanaro, NYSAFLT 2nd Vice President, May 8, 2014, Washington, D.C

Marie Campanaro, NYSAFLT 2nd Vice President; Diana Zuckerman, NYSAFLT Public Advocacy; Morgan S. Brand, Legislative Correspondent for Senator Charles E. Schumer; Craig Buckstein, Partner and CEO of Geneva World Wide Translating and Interpretation and President of the Association of Language Companies, May 8, 2014, Washington, D. C

Assemblyman Don Miller of Cicero, NY, met with Roseann Lorefice to discuss LOTE concerns!

From left to right: Nancy Russo Rumore, immediate past President, LILT, Judy Martialay, Public Advocacy Committee, NYSAFLT, Carmen Campos, President of FLACS, Senator Carl L. Marcellino, Spencer Ross, President, National Institute for World Trade, NYSAFLT Friend of Foreign Languages