When Helen Marshall steps down as Queens borough president on Dec.31, 2009, political sources believe she will leave behind an office full of talented go-getters - with nowhere to go.
Helen Marshall's staff faces uncertainty
"She has a very bright, talented office - there's no question about it," said Michael Reich, executive secretary of the Queens County Democratic Party. "That's why Helen Marshall has been so successful as borough president."
Tito Luna, 37, Marshall's youth services director, said he's planning on moving on when the borough president leaves. "By the time she's out, I'm looking to leave New York City altogether," he said.