Senator May Announces Aileen McNabb-Coleman as Cayuga County Constituent Liaison
Auburn, NY – Senator Rachel May (D-Onondaga, Cayuga) is excited to announce Aileen McNabb-Coleman as her Cayuga County constituent liaison.
“It’s critical that I hear from constituents across the 48th District to effectively advocate for their needs in the New York State Senate, as well as provide them helpful information and resolutions to issues with state agencies. Since I began serving this new district, I have looked for someone who could fulfill these needs and much more. Aileen is the perfect fit for this position because of her wealth of experience and invaluable knowledge of the local community. I’m extremely excited and proud that Aileen has joined my team, and I look forward to the wonderful service she’ll bring to the region,” said Senator Rachel May.
Aileen is the current District 6 Cayuga County Legislator and former Chair of the Legislature. She also served and continues to serve on several boards, including the Cayuga County Community Services Board, Cayuga County Board of Health, Cayuga Economic Development Agency, Cayuga County Water and Sewer Authority, Central New York Regional Planning Board, and the Owasco Lake Watershed Management Council.
“Senator May is committed to understanding the challenges and opportunities facing all of Cayuga County. As her constituent liaison, I will provide a direct line of communication between the Senator and county residents. As a member of the Cayuga County Legislature, I’ve seen firsthand how critical it is to have positive relationships throughout the community. I will provide a clear lens to the county’s unique needs by working with Senator May and her team. We can do more together, and I’m excited to serve the County in this capacity and honored to join her team,” said Aileen McNabb-Coleman.
Aileen is a former elementary and special education teacher. She began her career at Auburn Enlarged City School District. She later taught in the Capital District Region at Shenendehowa Central Schools and the Rochester area at Victor Central Schools before returning to Cayuga County in 2012 to raise her family. She has been a Cayuga County Legislator since 2016. She graduated from Cayuga Community College, Keuka College, and Nazareth College. Aileen lives in Sennett with her husband, Mark, and their children, Owen and Neal.