DEDICATED TO CHILDREN
Alecia’s goal has always been to ensure that the voices of children are heard. She has dedicated her entire career to public service. With this opportunity to serve the Monroe County community as a Family Court Judge, Alecia has vowed to work tirelessly on behalf of our most vulnerable citizens, the children, in making the tough decisions that provide for their ultimate safety.
MEET ALECIA MAZZO
Alecia has been a practicing attorney for over 23 years, primarily representing children and parents in family law matters. She began her legal career in private practice and appeared regularly in family court, representing children, as well as custodial and non-custodial parents, in paternity and child support matters, custody, visitation, neglect and abuse cases, and providing pro bono representation to low income individuals in custody, child support, domestic violence, and matrimonial actions.
Alecia joined the Monroe County Law Department in 1999 as a Deputy County Attorney and served in the Children’s Services Division, representing the Department of Human Services and Child Protective Services in cases involving abuse and neglect. She also served in the Child Support Enforcement Unit representing the Department of Human Services and custodial parents in paternity and child support matters. She has prepared and argued appeals at the Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate Division, Fourth Department. Additionally, Alecia has served in the General Legal Services Division conducting legal and legislative research, drafting legislative referrals, resolutions, and agreements, and providing legal advice to multiple County departments.
Alecia was elected to the Webster Town Board as a Councilwoman in 2015 and continues to serve in that capacity, making decisions together with the Town Board, on behalf of the Webster community.
Alecia is a mother of a twelve year old daughter and has served on her behalf in various volunteer capacities within the community, including: religious instruction for fourth and fifth graders at St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church: recycling coordinator for Klem North Elementary School, and as a member of the Webster Central School District PTSA.