A long history of compassionate service. 

 
 
 

Vicki Strong

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Vicki has been serving and advocating for her communities for decades.

 

Serving Children:

Vicki, along with her husband Nate, have been providing an after-school program to Albany kids for over 25 years. She has been a strong advocate for quality education and instrumental in organizing a food shelf program that serves families in need.


 

Helping people improve their health:

Vicki has been a Weight Watcher's leader for over 20 years. Helping people in local communities improve their health, confidence, and skills has long been a passion. Knowing that healthcare costs can be lowered by healthy eating, exercise, and positive outlook and self image, Vicki has been leading by example with gardening organic vegetables and challenging herself with exercise.
 

Advocating for those who need it the most:

Vicki has always had a heart for people who are often marginalized. Whether it's advocating for dignified care for folks struggling with mental health issues, veterans looking for education assistance, advocating for opioid programs with high success rates, or assisting prison ministries helping people get back on their feet after release, Vicki brings her passion and energy to bear on these tough issues.

 

 
Veteran Suicide Awareness event at the statehouse in April, 2018. A resolution, sponsored by Vicki, to honor Valerie Pallotta (pictured with resolution), and her efforts to bring awareness to Veteran Suicide issues after her veteran son Josh succumbed to suicide. The resolution, co-sponsored by other legislators, such as Laura Sibilia (far right, white jacket) can be read  HERE.   To learn more about Valerie Pallotta's organization "Josh's House" and find ways to help out, click  HERE.

Veteran Suicide Awareness event at the statehouse in April, 2018. A resolution, sponsored by Vicki, to honor Valerie Pallotta (pictured with resolution), and her efforts to bring awareness to Veteran Suicide issues after her veteran son Josh succumbed to suicide. The resolution, co-sponsored by other legislators, such as Laura Sibilia (far right, white jacket) can be read HERE.

To learn more about Valerie Pallotta's organization "Josh's House" and find ways to help out, click HERE.