Michael Mallon serves as Director of Intergovernmental Affairs for Queens Borough President Donovan Richards Jr. In this role, Michael oversees the Borough President’s Civic Engagement Committee, a consortium of nonprofit and civic leaders who volunteer their time to educate members of the public on ranked choice voting, redistricting and reapportionment, and other matters of concern for New York City voters. The Committee was instrumental in driving up NYC’s Census 2020 response rate. Previously, Michael served as Communications Director for the NYC Council’s Finance Chair. Michael has helped thousands of Queens residents overcome workplace and housing discrimination, immigration issues, domestic violence and other concerns.
This is an odd hire. Donnie couldn't find anybody in the world's borough at all? I guess Mike doesn't mind long commutes, I bet he drives. Queens gets the money and the cronies.