Ken Zebrowski served in the New York State Assembly for over seventeen years and was widely recognized as a thoughtful, seasoned and passionate leader by both sides of the aisle. Ken served with distinction as Chair of multiple committees including Banking, Governmental Operations and most recently as Chair of the Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee. He also served as Chair of the Task Force on Demographic Research and Reapportionment, which oversees the reapportionment process for Senate, Assembly and Congressional districts.  In these roles he tackled major issues during challenging times for public policy. During his tenure as Banks Chair he oversaw policy proposals in the evolving fintech world. As Chair of "Gov Ops" he helped steer State Government through the pandemic while modernizing open meetings laws. During his tenure as Chair of the Corporations Committee he worked with the MTA to close a major operating deficit and help the agency recover from pandemic closures and remote work challenges. In all of his many roles in the State Assembly he earned the respect of his colleagues in government and private industry,

A native son of Rockland county, and a practicing attorney, he has been a leading voice in the Hudson Valley as the region has experienced robust growth and change. He understands complex challenges and has always been able to bring his significant analytical and legal skills forward to offer solutions that inspire confidence and trust throughout the state.