#NYCHAWomenWork

#NYCHAWomenWork

In celebration of Women’s History month, NYCHA launched #nychawomenwork, a photo campaign to celebrate the Authority’s female employees. Employees were asked to send in photos with signs that answered the question, “Why do you do what you do at NYCHA?” There were many great answers, including from LaGuardia Houses Caretakers Celine DeHoyos, a NYCHA employee since 2008 and a resident of Gompers Houses, and Sylvia Carattini, a NYCHA employee since 2000 and a resident of Johnson Houses (top left). DeHoyos wrote, “I love my work every day” and Carattini wrote, “Keeping NYCHA clean and free of garbage, preparing apartments for rentals, and a love for NYCHA.”

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