Chairman of the Rockland County Legislature

Alden H. Wolfe has a notable record of service to the Rockland County community.  He is well known for his work to protect educational quality at Rockland Community College as Past Chair of the Rockland Community College Foundation, and is also responsible for the construction of affordable housing in Spring Valley and Hillburn through his former position as Vice President of Habitat For Humanity of Rockland.  Since 2000, he has served as a Panel Member and Chair of the New York State Surrogate Decision-Making Committee, helping to ensure that disabled persons receive proper and adequate health care.

Alden is also an active member of the business community in Rockland County.  He is an attorney in private practice in New City, with a general practice focusing on estate planning, probate and estate administration, elder law, disability and guardianship law, business law and real estate.  A member of the New York and Rockland County Bar Associations, he also served as a director of the latter from 2002-2003.  In 2002, Alden was recognized by the Rockland Business Association and the Rockland Economic Development Corporation as one of "Forty Under 40" business and community leaders of significance in Rockland County.  He is also a member of the 2004 class of Leadership Rockland.

In 2005, Alden was selected for inclusion in Marquis' Who's Who in America, and in 2006 was selected for inclusion in Who's Who in Emerging Leaders and Who's Who in Finance and Business.

In 2007, Alden was nominated for the EPA's Environmental Quality Award, recognizing his advocacy on environmental issues.

Alden is a graduate of Syracuse University College of Law and the Maxwell School of Citizenship, where he received a Masters degree in Public Administration.  He received his Bachelor's Degree in Management/Finance from Binghamton University and attended Ramapo High School, graduating in 1987.