Statecommittee woman and District Leader Rodneyse Bichotte, the first Haitian-American woman elected in New York City, represents the 42nd Assembly District which is the largest Haitian populated district in New York State.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, her steadfast devotion to providing resources towards economic development, affordable healthcare, high-quality education, job fairs and social reform is demonstrated through her ongoing involvement in the community including delivering on the rehabilitation of Haiti by volunteering to help build 100 homes through Habitat for Humanity with President Jimmy Carter.

Rodneyse’s work experience includes Wall Street Investment Banking, Mergers and Acquisition, Engineering and Mathematics Education. She holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics from SUNY Buffalo, an MS in Electrical engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology and an MBA From Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management.

Her district includes communities of Ditmas Park, Flatbush, East Flatbush and Midwood. She sits on a number of boards including Habitat for Humanity NYC, Turning Point promoting and community board 17.  Rodneyse Bichotte was first elected to office in 2010. Learn more about Rodneyse Bichotte by visiting her website at