Dedication, Commitment and Experience
Kenichi Wilson is a lifelong resident of Queens and has lived in the 32nd Council District for most of his life. Beginning at the age of 17, Kenichi enjoyed volunteering and helping members of his community resolve problems.
Mr. Wilson joined the 102nd Precinct Auxiliary Unit which he found was challenging, fun and rewarding at the same time. He continued his service with the Auxiliary Unit until a close family member became seriously ill and sadly passed away. From this tragedy, he became very interested in the medical field and joined the Woodhaven, Richmond Hill Volunteer Ambulance Corps to help residents in a medical emergency.
As a result of his involvement in many community-based organizations and local neighborhood projects, Kenichi Wilson was appointed to Community Board 9. His years of volunteering provided Kenichi with the skills to be an effective member of this grassroots New York City government agency. One year after his appointment he was given the opportunity to chair the community board’s important Transportation Committee.
With the support and confidence of his fellow board members Mr. Wilson was elected twice as Chairman of the Board. At this time, he continues to represent and serve approximately 160,000 individuals on behalf of Community Board 9.
Kenichi Wilson has the dedication, commitment and governmental experience to effectively represent the 32nd Council District.