Town of Ramapo
First Vice President
237 Route 59
Suffern, NY 10901
Christian G. Sampson is Town Clerk and Registrar of Vital Statistics for the Town of Ramapo which, with more than one hundred and twelve thousand residents, is the largest of the five towns in Rockland County. He has served NYSTCA as a District Director and Bylaws Committee chair. He currently serves as Second Vice President and is on the Legislation Committee.
Mr. Sampson, a retired telecommunications industry executive, is dedicated to a second career in public, civic and community service. Chris serves as board President of the Rockland County YMCA, the largest provider of child day-care and after school programs for children in Rockland. He is a Past President of the East Ramapo Central School District Board of Education where he has served for nine years. He is an active member and leader in his national fraternal organization as well as a number of other local community service agencies including Leadership Rockland, a leader development education program and Catholic Community Services, a ministry to the hungry and homeless. Chris has also served as a Director and Treasurer of the Martin Luther King Multi Purpose Center in Spring Valley. He is past Chairman of a major Town of Ramapo
Prior to his public sector career, Mr. Sampson was an executive with the regional "Baby Bell" telephone company that operated in the New York and New England areas where he served for thirty years. His responsibilities ranged from large mainframe based computer application development to market planning and life cycle product management for a thirty million dollar information technology product line. He "retired" in 1996.
Mr. Sampson did his undergraduate work at City College and holds an MBA from Pace University. He and his wife Genevieve live in Chestnut Ridge, NY. They have been married for forty-one years and have five children and ten grandchildren. Genevieve is an Occupational Therapist in private practice. She specializes in pediatrics with a focus on early intervention and sensory integration.