Fighting to bring ethics
& transparency to the
Town of Hempstead
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Sue is passionate about the future of our town. Here are some of the key issues she cares about:
By ending the pay to play culture, and increasing oversight with an independent inspector general that can weed out the waste, fraud and abuse that breeds corruption.
By reducing government waste and fighting for housing options that help our seniors age in place and ensuring our young people can raise their families in the same place they grew up.
Protecting Our Environment
By maintaining and improving green spaces and ensuring clean and safe drinking water for all Town of Hempstead residents.
By instituting programs to help attract new businesses to the Town of Hempstead while ensuring existing small businesses can continue to succeed in our town.
Listening to You
By encouraging and helping residents in the Town of Hempstead to become more active members of its government, for a participatory government that better represents their needs.
Combating the Opioid Crisis
By using Sue’s experience as a Guidance Counselor to bring the Town of Hempstead and our schools together to provide real solutions for treatment and prevention that our children need.
Sue Moller has lived in the Town of Hempstead for over 20 years. She grew up in North Merrick, and lives there now with her husband and two children.
After earning her BA degree in Sociology, with a minor in Women’s Studies, from Stony Brook University, Sue earned her MS in Counseling from Long Island University, and her Advanced Certificate in Educational Leadership from Stony Brook University. She is a NYS Certified School Counselor and also holds certifications as a School Building (SBL) and School District Leader (SDL).
Sue has a long history of volunteerism, community involvement, and passion towards helping others. Since becoming a homeowner in N. Merrick, Sue has been active as a Regional Director for the Neighborhood Watch program through the North and Central Merrick Civic Association. Sue has also been a volunteer and advocate for Celiac Disease awareness, and she served as a board member for three years for the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) – Long Island. Sue is also very active in the School Counseling community here in Nassau County, serving as an executive board member for the Nassau Counselors’ Association for 14 years. She is currently serving as their President-Elect. Through the Nassau Counselors’ Association, Sue’s been volunteering her time for the betterment of the children of our town and county.
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Her record speaks for itself…
Sue Moller has been a tremendous asset to Long Island by applying her dedication, persistence and passion towards helping others. I personally worked with Sue to organize events and petitions to stand up for women’s health-care, our environment and to ensure our tax dollars are being used to better our community. Sue is organized, fair and focused. I wholeheartedly encourage you to vote for her this November for Hempstead Town Council.Stefana Muller
I have worked alongside Sue as a member of the Executive Board of the Nassau Counselors’ Association for more than ten years. To say it has been a pleasure would be an understatement as her passion radiates in everything she does and she remains dedicated and knowledgeable on the most up to date ideas. If you ask Sue to resolve something, she goes out of her way to do so in a timely manner, giving you her undivided attention. It is for these reasons and more that I have no doubt that she will be an asset to the 6th District of the Town of Hempstead and work to be a voice for its residents.Dr. Joy-Anne D'Anca