Saundra M. Gumerove is actively devoted to the neighborhoods and communities on Long Island where she lives and where she has her legal practice. Contributing her time and her talents, Ms. Gumerove rarely hesitates to become involved in deserving matters that are important to her, her family, her friends, and her business associates.
- Southeast Region Representative to Executive Committee
- Member, Board of Govenors
- Chair, Government Affairs Committee
- Member, Finance Committee
- Member, Compliance Committee
- Vice President Of The Board January 1, 1993 to present
- Member, Executive Committee
- Active in reviewing policies and procedures
- Active participant in Board deliberations
- Chair of Government Relations
- Chair of Government & Education Committee
- Member of Strategic Planning Committee
President, AHRC Citizens, Inc.
Treasurer, Marcus Avenue Early Childhood Developmental Center, Inc.
Active advocate for this AHRC/LIJ North shore Joint Venture school for children with
disabilities under the age of 5
Jericho School Board
- Member July 1, 2001 to 2004
- Responsible for $60 million dollar budget
- Rated #1 school district in the United States
- Instrumental in prompting Board to recognize students involved in the arts
- Raised Board’s awareness of statewide issues and persuaded Board to take a position on state testing and its impact on education
- Raised International Baccalaureate Program as a possible new program for district
- Raised issue of improving music facilities
- Delegate of the NYS Schools Board
- Founding member of the Jericho High School Industry Advisory Board
- Founding member of the Career Day at Jericho High School
- Treasurer of Birchwood Civic Association
- Treasurer of Marcus Avenue Development Center, Inc.
- Recipient of the 2003 and 2004 Long Island Works….
- Advisory Board Member and contributor of Long Island Spectrum Magazine
Nassau Suffolk School Boards Association
Member Legislation Committee, December 2004
Birchwood Civic Association
- Treasurer of the Board
- Active in various vital issues such as safety, the development of a new firehouse, and community development.