Bradley is new aide in vice mayor’s office; experienced as advocate for the homeless
From the office of vice mayor Marc McGovern, July 3, 2016: A new aide joined the office of vice mayor Marc McGovern on Monday: Jamila Bradley, former community engagement and leadership coordinator at Youth on Fire, a program of the AIDS Action Committee working with homeless youth. She has also worked with the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless and The Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance.
“I’m thrilled to have Jamila coming on board. Her advocacy and policy skills are superior and she will be an amazing asset to the work we still have to do to make Cambridge the economically and socially just community we all want it to be” McGovern said.
McGovern said farewell to his aide Annie Nagle on Friday after two and a half years working together. She has joined a Boston consulting firm. “Annie has been my right-hand person since I joined the council and has been instrumental in addressing issues of homelessness, poverty, affordable housing and early childhood education. I wish her the best of luck with her new opportunity,” McGovern said.
To meet with McGovern, call (617) 349-4280 or send email here; send email also to sign up for the vice mayor’s weekly email newsletter, “It’s Happening,” which details events and important meetings happening each week in the city. The vice mayor will resume his weekly office hours from 9 to 11 a.m. Mondays at City Hall on Sept. 12.