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Andrew Hollweck
Government Relations
New Member, Community Board 6
Forest Hills

FAMILY: He and his wife Bomi Kim have been married for three years.

Proudest Moment: When I moved to France. I had gone there on a trip and fell in love. I moved there from 1999 to 2000. I learned a lot about other people, cultures, the world. It made me look outside my neck of the woods and showed me what I can do when I put my mind to it.”

CAREER GOAL: Hollweck works for the City of New York as a government relations liaison. I do a lot of work in Queens,” he said.It’s a great place. There’s always somewhere to go, something new. I love to go to Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.” As far as the future, he said, I’d like to stay involved in government and help the city – make a contribution to the people. At least 90 percent of the people I work with really care about making life better. It’s a noble goal I share with them and the people on the Community Board.”

Fondest Memory: Getting married.”

INSPIRATION: My grandmother Selma, who is 85 and still really involved in her community of Beechhurst.” Hollweck feels he gets his sense of civic duty from her. &#8220She makes it seem like fun,” he said.

BIGGEST CHALLENGE: I sit on the board of the New Land Community Center in Ridgewood. It’s a small social service organization with a great board. I’d like to bring it to the fore and see it function at a higher level.”

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