Welcome Letter

Dear Friends,

Welcome to my website! Here you will find a wealth of information, including news from Albany and around the 95th Assembly District. You can also use this website to let me know your opinions on legislation and important issues, and to seek assistance from my office.

Constituent service is a top priority of mine. If there is ever anything I can help you with, please call (914) 941-1111 or use the contact form linked at the top of this page to submit your contact information along with a description of the problem you are facing. The contact page also lists additional phone numbers and email addresses for my staff.

Gathering constituent input is also very important to me. Using the contact form is the best way to share your opinions on legislation and specific issues with my office, as it makes it easy for us to keep track of constituent comments. I also distribute surveys; in addition to sending them out via email and my print newsletters, open surveys are also linked in the sidebar on my home page along with other important links.

I encourage you to sign up for my e-news by clicking the “Join email list” button above to get news and information from my office sent directly to your email. You can also follow me on social media by clicking any of the social media icons. Click the YouTube icon to watch my monthly podcast series, Building Healthy Communities

Representing the 95th Assembly District is an immense honor and privilege. I hope you will use this page to learn more about how I serve the district and send me your feedback.

Assemblywoman Dana Levenberg


Assemblywoman  Dana Levenberg

Dana’s experience, tireless energy, and strong connections throughout the community and the region are the foundation for her continued success as a leader.

Raised in Teaneck, New Jersey, Dana holds a BA from Brown University in International Relations. Before serving in government, Dana worked in advertising and TV production in NYC. When her children were young, she stayed home for a few years as a full-time mom. Dana and her husband, Stephen Hersh, chose Ossining as the place to grow their family. They were attracted to Ossining’s diverse population, excellent schools, and great Hudson River views. Both of her sons, Caleb and Eli, graduated from the Ossining School District.

Her work in the community – serving on the board of her sons’ nursery school, and leading the PTA – led Dana into advocacy, public service, and then elected office. Dana’s experience as Assemblywoman Sandy Galef’s Chief of Staff, as well as nine years on the Ossining School Board, gave her the skills needed for managing staff and taxpayer dollars.

During her tenure as Ossining Town Supervisor, Dana focused on building healthy communities—economically, environmentally, physically and mentally—all through a lens of equity. She kept taxes in check while working to reduce the town’s carbon footprint and improve roads, parks and open spaces. Under her leadership, Ossining became a leader in local environmental initiatives, including becoming home to the largest solar canopy in Westchester County. Her depth of knowledge paid off in her ability to get things done for the Town of Ossining, often taking advantage of grant opportunities to offset local tax dollars.

Dana brings a positive, can-do attitude to her work along with an instinct for collaboration. She co-founded the Ossining Micro Fund as well as the newly formed Open Arms for Refugees, organized in the wake of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Dana also served on a number of boards or advisory boards throughout the region, including Sustainable Westchester, the Sing Sing Prison Museum, the Westchester Municipal Planning Federation, the Westchester Municipal Officials Association, Historic Hudson River Towns, and Teatown.

Dana will continue working to make the 95th Assembly District greener, fairer and more prosperous for all through partnerships and innovative approaches to problem solving.

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