Amy Flores was born in Mineola, New York to immigrant parents from El Salvador. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and later completed the ABA Accredited Paralegal Studies Program at Hofstra University. In 2019, Mrs. Flores was appointed as the Executive Director of the Nassau County Office of Hispanic Affairs, which serves as a bridge between the growing Hispanic community and county government. Under her leadership, the Office worked with county agencies on the research, analysis and implementation of policy to ensure the Hispanic community is afforded equal opportunities, meaningful engagement, and access to the county government.
Mrs. Flores has received numerous honors from organizations across Long Island. In 2019 she was honored by Long Island Business News for her commitment to excellence and support of diversity and equality within our community. Most recently, she was highlighted on the City & State’s 2020 Long Island Power 100 List.