Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb Is Looking For The Best & Brightest To Serve In State Government & Help Rebuild NY’s Economy
CANANDAIGUA, NY – Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,I,C-Canandaigua) wants to know: Are you one of New York’s best and brightest? Have you ever considered entering public service to help rebuild New York’s economy and remove barriers to job creation? Can you bring a fresh perspective and new ideas to state government?
These are the questions that Kolb is asking all New Yorkers in his capacity as a member of Governor-Elect Andrew Cuomo’s Transition Team Committee on Economic Development and Labor. Kolb said the Committee is moving ahead with its mission of recruiting, reviewing and recommending new talent to staff State agencies charged with leading job creation and growing New York’s economy. Kolb was named to the Committee on November 11.
Leader Kolb is encouraging prospective applicants to e-mail their resume to his official Assembly e-mail address: . Kolb will share resumes he receives with his fellow Transition Team Committee members. Other members of the Committee include Danny Wegman, C.E.O. of Wegmans, and Dean Norton, President of the New York Farm Bureau, along with dozens of other leaders from the private and public sectors.
“When Governor-Elect Cuomo recently asked me to serve on his Transition Team Committee on Economic Development and Labor, I gladly accepted his offer. I did so to help the Governor-Elect and his administration advance the real solutions necessary to fix New York’s struggling economy,” said Kolb, the only Legislative Leader in state government that has actually started and run successful private sector companies.
“One of those solutions is making sure we have the very best and brightest serving in state government, especially within the agencies responsible for overseeing economic development and job creation. I encourage anyone interested in helping to rebuild New York’s economy by serving in such a capacity to e-mail their resume to . I will share resumes with my fellow Transition Team Committee members as we continue moving forward with our recruitment efforts,” Kolb concluded.