Mayor Kamal Johnson
"I am the former 1st Ward Alderman on the Hudson Common Council. I chaired, the Police Committee and the Youth, Education, Seniors & Recreation Committee. As chair, I have successfully facilitated difficult community conversations and pushed for better and more effective services for Hudson residents. I am the youngest and 1st African American to hold the office of Mayor of the city of Hudson.
I grew up in Hudson. I graduated from Columbia Greene Community College in 2005, and from SUNY New Paltz in 2007, with degrees in History and Early Childhood Education.
I am the former Co-Director of the Greater Hudson Promise Neighborhood, a non-profit organization that supports children growing up in the Hudson City School District. I’m the Coordinator of POPS, a community fatherhood initiative. And I’m a co-host of the Drive Time Radio Show on WGXC: 90.7-FM."
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