The New York Young Republican Club proudly endorses fellow Young Republican, Andrea Catsimatidis for New York County Republican Committee Chair. Catsimatidis is an executive, investor, and manager in The Red Apple Group, a multi-billion dollar conglomerate that owns and operates assets in the energy, real estate, finance, insurance, and supermarket industries.
Politically, Catismatidis has served as Chair of the New York County Republican Committee since September 2017 and she is also the New York City Regional Vice-Chair of the New York State Republican Committee. Catsimatidis is an outspoken critic of Covid mandate policies, saying, “Restaurant reservations were down 60% in NYC because of the left’s tyrannical mandates. COVID didn’t kill their businesses; government mandates did. Mandates are finally lifted, and restaurant owners can start to rebuild their American Dreams again.”
Catsimatidis has a natural ability to lead, as she began as President of the New York University College Republicans while studying at New York University’s Stern School of Business. She graduated from the prestigious university with a B.S. in Business Management, and double minors in both Communications and Political Science. Her professional experience within the political, real estate, investment, and insurance spaces give her a unique perspective and a competitive edge in leading the Republican Party in Manhattan.
Catsimatidis is an advocate for both the young and elderly citizens of New York City, and she actively contributes to the Alzheimer’s Association and to the Police Athletic League. To promote and improve financial literacy rates among the youngest of the New York City community, she serves on the Board of DoughMain Education Foundation. Catsimatidis has demonstrated competency and direction within the private and public sectors and will continue to guide the Manhattan Republican Party towards future success. The New York Young Republican Club strongly urges all New York County Republican Committee voters to support Andrea Catsimatidis for her re-election as Chair in this year’s reorganization meeting.