Cindy Grosz grew up in this neighborhood - attending schools in the Hewlett-Woodmere School district, shopping on Franklin Ave in Garden City and Long Beach Road in Oceanside and spending summers at Atlantic and Long Beaches.
She is a well-respected Jewish activist and has been honored for her work fighting the BDS movement, exposing those that deny the Holocaust and helping write legislation for oversight in classrooms that demand fact over fiction lessons about Judeo-Christian values.
Grosz has spoken out about education concerns and bringing communities together to oppose hate crimes and violence.
As a columnist and radio personality, Cindy Grosz has been outspoken about her support of President Trump and “promises made, promises kept.” She has stood proudly at the inauguration of President Trump in 2017, the opening of the American Embassy in Jerusalem in May 2018 and as guest at the White House at the Hanukkah Party, where President Trump signed the Executive Order to combat anti-Semitism.
When elected to Congress, Cindy Grosz will be the first Modern Orthodox Jewish woman from any party sitting in the House of Representatives.