From the office of Legislator D’Amaro:
Suffolk Legislator Lou D’Amaro (D-Huntington Station) recently honored his own Chief of Staff, Justin Littell, on being named one of Long Island’s 2011 Top Young Professionals by the Huntington Chamber of Commerce. Littell was recognized by Legislator D’Amaro with a Proclamation and received an engraved glass plaque from the Huntington Chamber at the organization’s recent Third Annual Long Island Young Professional’s Celebration at the Cold Spring Harbor County Club. Thirty individuals under the age of thirty from throughout Long Island were selected for this recognition.
Littell joined Legislator D’Amaro’s staff as an aide in 2006 and was named Chief of Staff in 2008. He is a visible presence at community events throughout Huntington, Babylon and all of Suffolk County, both in assisting and representing the Legislator. An avid community volunteer, Littell is a member of the Long Island Chapter of the NephCure Foundation, an organization committed to supporting research seeking the cause of potentially debilitating kidney diseases. Prior to joining Legislator D’Amaro, he served as a supervisor’s assistant in the Town of Islip. He is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Fairfield University, where he earned a B.A. in History and Politics.
Legislator D’Amaro Honors His Chief of Staff
“I am especially proud to honor Justin because I personally know how well-deserving he is of this recognition,” said D’Amaro. “He is invaluable to me and an asset to the residents of the 17th Legislative District, as well as all of Suffolk County.”