“Council Member Mathieu Eugene is an experienced leader dedicated to improving people’s lives.”
Council Member Mathieu Eugene was elected to the New York City Council in 2007 and serves as chairman of the Youth Services Committee. Prior to his service as an elected official, Mathieu Eugene was a physician, a teacher, a community leader, and the founder of several non-profit organizations focused on providing opportunities to youth and their families. He previously served as a member of Community Board 14, as a cofounder of the committee for the development of Northern Haiti, and as president of the Haitian Community of Holy Innocence Church.
Council Member Mathieu Eugene has dedicated his life to serving the community. Over the course of his tenure in the New York City Council, Mathieu Eugene has fought hard for the people of his district.
As chairman of the youth services committee, he has doubled the size of the Summer Youth Employment program, and fought to restore afterschool and summer programming as well as for more resources for our city’s disconnected youth.
Council Member Mathieu Eugene has provided millions of dollars to support hospitals and health centers in District 40 and beyond, allowing Kings County Hospital, SUNY Downstate Hospital, Maimonides Medical Center, Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, and others to serve the community with state-of-the-art medical technology.
Council Member Mathieu Eugene is a former teacher and an advocate for education who has secured over $11 million for improvements to District 40 public schools, as well as millions for after school programming.
Please, take a look around this website to see some of the work Council Member Mathieu Eugene has done for his constituents.