Chair Wiley is former Counsel to the Mayor of New York City, where she advised the Mayor on legal matters pertaining to City Hall and the Mayor’s policy agenda. She was the City’s Director of Minority/Women Business Enterprises, the lead on Broadband access and the Mayor’s liaison to the Mayor’s Advisory Committee on the Judiciary. Ms. Wiley also oversaw the Commission on Human Rights and the Commission on Women’s Issues. Prior to being appointed Counsel to the Mayor in 2014, Ms. Wiley worked for the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, the American Civil Liberties Union National Legal Department, and was the senior advisor on race and poverty to the Director of U.S. Programs of the Open Society Institute. Ms. Wiley also founded and was the previous president of the Center for Social Inclusion, a policy advocacy organization that is dedicated to ending racial inequities through structural reform. She is a mayoral designee and was appointed as Chair to the Board by Mayor Bill de Blasio. Ms. Wiley began her tenure at the CCRB on July 18, 2016.
J.D., 1989, Columbia University School of Law; B.A., 1986, Dartmouth College
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