Paul-Anthony Cuesta is the Parliamentarian of the New York State Federation of College Republicans. Cuesta is also the co-founder of the Manhattanville College Republicans Club, a member of the Black Student Union, Latin American Student Organization, Students of Caribbean’s Affiliation, and was the Student Affairs Representative in the Student Government Association. Before being appointed, and subsequently approved by the Executive Board, as Parliamentarian, he served the Federation at multiple levels. He currently studies International Relations at Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York, and works part-time as an Emergency Department Nursing Technician at White Plains Hospital (WPH).
Paul is heavily involved in his community, acting as the Deputy National Committeeman in the New York State Young Republicans, Chairman of the Leadership Committee of the Hudson Valley Young Republicans, Treasurer at the New Rochelle Republican City Committee and as District Leader for District 10 of the Westchester County Government.
With former Gubernatorial Candidate Rob Astorino, receiving the County Earth Day Award
Cuesta has volunteered most of his time and effort assisting low-income communities in various endeavors. As Director of Community Gardening with the Habitat for Humanity of Westchester, he has overseen implementation of several home building and gardening projects that benefit the community of Westchester. Paul-Anthony Cuesta has also fought valiantly bridging the gap of lack of diversity in the Republican party. As National Outreach Director of the Black Conservative Foundation and Outreach Director of the Conservative Color Coalition, Cuesta has made it his life to creating more diversity and inclusiveness in the Republican party. He has also volunteered at multiple clothing drives, soup kitchens, and hospitals.
Paul with Trump’s nominee for Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke
Paul with the multitude of awards that he worked very hard for
Paul with some prominent black conservatives at an event
Paul giving back to low-income communities at a Christmas dinner
Paul in his Emergency Department Nursing Technician outfit at White Plains Hospital