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New York State Model Senate Session Project Participants/Videos 2008

Hostos breaks a record and sends ten brilliant women to the 2008 New York State Model Senate!

Sandra May Flowers Sandra May Flowers (D) represented District 36 and sat in the seat of New York State Senator Ruth Hassell-Thompson, who she later worked for as an intern. Sandra May wowed the entire group with her impassioned plea to common sense, (even throwing money on her desk to accentuate her point.) Sandra has also worked as an intern for Congressman Charles Rangel and has been a featured presenter and participant at the NAACP Conferences in Cincinnati, Ohio in 2008 and New York in 2009. Sandra May continues to study at Hostos, and is both a Hostos Student Ambassador and the President of the Ability Awareness club for 2009-2010. (Sandra won a five hundred dollar award for an essay that she wrote about her position in the debate.)

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