"For The Future of Carmel"
Erin Lee Crowley is a small business owner in Mahopac, where she resides with her husband, Kevin, her teenage son, Jordan, and identical triplets, Cooper, Hudson, and Jaxon. Additionally, she is the founder of the Hope Chest Sisters, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides support and advocacy for domestic violence victims; she is a prominent community activist and organizer, whose Mask Maker's Guild distributed over 30,000 pieces of PPE to frontline workers during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, when supplies were scarce. For those efforts, Erin was recognized as a "Hometown Hero" by Senator Peter Harckham. She is also a member of the Patterson Rotary, where she currently serves as the Vocational Chair.
Erin studied Criminal Justice in college, but ultimately chose to pursue a career in New York City's high-end beauty industry, where she worked as an educator, brand ambassador, and general manager of operations, among other titles. The valuable experience she gained, managing multi-million dollar budgets, large-scale procurement, and waste reduction will serve her well as a member of the Town Council.
As a citizen, Erin has taken on the Putnam County Legislature over the protracted contract negotiations and inadequate radio system for our Sheriff's Deputies, challenged them to be more fiscally responsible, more transparent, and to eliminate frivolous spending.
We can no longer settle for mediocrity in our leadership. New faces, fresh perspectives, and dynamic personalities are needed to finally bring real progress to our town. For these reasons, we ask you to vote Erin Lee Crowley for Carmel Town Council this November!