Ronald Rochester has lived in Port Washington since 1989.

He is a retired Federal Agent with over 25 years of law enforcement experience and was the recipient of the Albert Gallatin Award upon his retirement. He is a NYS Licensed Private Investigator. He is a CPA, Forensic Accountant and has his MBA.

He is a graduate of Chaminade High School, Fordham University, where he was elected to Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges (1976-1977), and the University of Southern California.

He has volunteered his time, knowledge, energy and expertise to the Port Washington Youth Activities for over 25 years and for over 5 years to the Mineola PAL. He was inducted into the Port Washington Youth Activities Hall of Fame in 2012 for his outstanding sportsmanship, integrity, character and contributions to the youth of Port Washington  and the Town of North Hempstead.

He is also a board member of PWGreen, a non-profit organization based in Port Washington, which is a 100% volunteer environmental action group with a three-part mission:  protecting natural areas, promoting eco-friendly living and providing environmental education

His education, training, experience and volunteer work make him immensely qualified for any position in government service. He has dedicated his life to improving the quality of life for the Port Washington and the Town of North Hempstead communities.