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Lt. Governor Delgado

Join Lieutenant Governor of New York State Antonio Delgado for a conversation about his leadership journey in public service, pathways to working within New York State and the State’s priorities around climate, the environment, food, agriculture and energy. 

Thursday, February 2, 2023 | 1:35 - 2:15 p.m. EST

Location: Stocking Hall, Room 148. This is an in-person event only and limited capacity. 

Open to all Cornell students. RSVP required.

This event is hosted by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. 


About Lt. Governor Delgado

Lt. Governor Delgado was born and raised in Schenectady, New York.  He currently resides in Rhinebeck, NY with his wife, Lacey Schwartz Delgado, and their two children – identical twins – Maxwell and Coltrane. A member of the Upstate NY Basketball Hall of Fame, Mr. Delgado attended Colgate University, where he continued his basketball career. While at Colgate, Mr. Delgado earned a Rhodes Scholarship, and would go on to study Philosophy and Political theory at Oxford University. When he returned home, Mr. Delgado earned a law degree from Harvard Law School. After law school, and prior to serving as Lt. Governor, Mr. Delgado had diverse professional career, from performing as a Hip Hop artist, to practicing complex commercial law, to eventually becoming a Member of Congress.

Elected in 2018, Mr. Delgado represented NY’s 19th Congressional District in Upstate NY – becoming the first person of color to represent Upstate NY in Congress.

Lt. Governor Delgado was frequently recognized as one of the most active and bi-partisan representatives. During his time in congress, 18 of his bills were signed into law. Mr. Delgado was appointed in May of 2022 to serve as Lt. Governor and was elected to a full term in November of 2022.

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