After graduating with a B.A. in political science from SUNY Albany, Josh Slaughter did what most millennial college grads do: moved home. Unlike most new college grads, he was able to find a job in his field soon after. “[County Legis. Kate Browning] had just been elected,” Slaughter explained in an interview earlier this month. “I always envisioned pursuing law school, but I couldn’t pass up this opportunity.”
He became a legislative aide and was soon promoted to chief of staff. Slaughter, a 2001 graduate of Patchogue-Medford High School, said he was always interested in law and government, but never imagined staying in this job for so long.
Effecting meaningful community changes has become a passion of his.
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