Ken Zebrowski was elected to the New York State Assembly in a special election on May 1, 2007 and ran successfully for re-election in 2008, 2010 and 2012.
During his term in the Assembly, Zebrowski has sponsored legislation and secured vital funding for the Rockland County’s schools, towns, villages and non-profits. His legislative agenda includes policies that assists taxpayers, invests in our schools, protects the environment and helps senior citizens. He has taken on difficult local challenges and fights to protect the character of the Rockland community.
Education and Personal Information
Ken Zebrowski was born and raised in Rockland County. He attended Clarkstown Schools before attending college at the University at Albany where he studied Political Science and graduated Magna Cum Laude. After college he attended the Seton Hall University School of Law where he received his law degree.
After graduating Law School, Zebrowski founded the law firm ZEBROWSKI & ZEBROWSKI with his father. Currently, Ken is “of counsel” at the firm BRAUNFOTEL & FRENDEL in New City.
Ken has volunteered on several not-for-profit boards including; Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Camp Venture Foundation and LoebHouse/Joseph’s home. Over the years, he has been a big supporter of the Hi-Tor Animal Shelter and volunteers for Meals on Wheels, where he delivers meals regularly. On any given night or weekend Ken can be spotted all over the County attending the many cultural and civic events that make Rockland a great place to live.