Who does Sheena Wright represent?

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NYC City Agencies

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Appointed by Mayor

What does Sheena Wright have the authority to do?

Sheena Wright is a prominent leader in New York City's public and nonprofit sectors, serving as Deputy Mayor for Strategic Initiatives under Mayor Eric Adams. Before joining the Adams administration, Wright was the President and CEO of United Way of New York City, where she spearheaded initiatives to combat poverty, improve education, and provide resources for the city's most vulnerable communities. Her career, marked by a commitment to social justice and equity, includes a background in law from Columbia Law School and extensive work in housing, community development, and nonprofit management. As Deputy Mayor, Wright oversees critical strategic projects and ensures the administration's goals are effectively implemented across various city departments and agencies, characterized by her data-driven approach and focus on measurable outcomes to create a more inclusive and resilient New York City.

Who does Sheena Wright work with?

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