Sima Karetnaya, a very active and passionate member of New York Political Coalition, is a United States Ambassador of Health and Global Peace officially appointed to the United Nations, Certified Member of Medical Expert Committee at the WHO, USA Representing Public Health Expert at the International Society of Health Education, International Consultant at the International Organization of Local Government that is accredited with the United Nations, and President at the Public Health Advisory of the Borough of Brooklyn. She received the New York State Assembly Certificate of Merit in 2018 for having assisted in organizing a child talent concert consisting of various ethnic dances and songs. In Fall 2019, she received the VIP Latinos Award in Washington, D.C. as the USA Latino Community Advocate. Launched the opening of the American Jewish Coalition in November 2019 and earned the proclamation from the Brooklyn Borough Hall to host its celebration annually. At that event, she also earned a citation for accomplishments and major impact on Brooklyn and New York City. In February 2021, she assisted the My Way Child Youth Development Center in organizing the virtual marathon entitled “The Path to Kindness” which involved a video collage of accomplished people from all over the world to join us in celebrating the International Random Acts of Kindness Day by sharing their thoughts on kindness and the significance of the development of the talents of our youth. On March 2021, she participated in an Italian-American humanitarian project entitled “Our World Needs Love” organized by a famous Italian composer, producer and singer Rosario Drago and partnered with the Children’s Cancer Society for the purpose of conveying the message that our world needs warmth, love, care and intervention. She also organized, co-organized and assisted in mask and food distributions with the Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, as well as organizations and leaders of different communities in various neighborhoods during the COVID-19 pandemic. Instructed and still instruct COVID-19 patients and/or their families on intervention measures of the disease at home without seeking hospital care. She is the author of implemented and pending initiatives pertaining to vaccination, testing and other processes related to the coronavirus pandemic, as well as to the re-establishment of global public health systems to prevent future public health emergencies. She was honored to be named Brooklyn COVID Hero twice in November 2020 by the Brooklyn Borough Hall. In 2021, she was awarded the Golden Shield of Peace Award by a Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, inducted into the World Book of Records London as International COVID Hero Title Holder and received several Honorary Doctorate Degrees, among which is an Honorary Doctorate from the United Nations International Diplomatic Organization. On July 25, 2021, she received the Honorary Ph.D. Degree from the Royal American University in Washington D.C., United States of America, with national and international recognitions.