…from Newsday as of 8:30 PM 12/31/13
Bill de Blasio will be sworn in as the New York Mayor @ 12:01 January 1st, 2014 in a private ceremony first …Then a public one in the morning ……
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio’s management team remains a work in progress. Here are some of the key players named so far:
Anthony Shorris, 56
Post: First deputy mayor
PHOTOS: Bill de Blasio | NYC mayors
Responsibilities: Manage day-to-day government operations, with most agencies reporting directly to him.
Resume highlights: Senior vice president, vice dean and chief of staff of NYU Langone Medical Center, where he led superstorm Sandy recovery efforts; executive director of Port Authority, where he oversaw development of the World Trade Center site
Dominic Williams, 31
Post: Shorris’ chief of staff
Responsibilities: Handle day-to-day coordination of agencies and City Hall.
Resume highlights: Chief of staff and former senior policy adviser for the public advocate’s office
Laura Santucci, 32
Post: Mayor’s chief of staff
Responsibilities: Oversee operations at City Hall, staffing at City Hall and contribute to key appointments throughout city government.
Resume highlights: Executive director of de Blasio’s transition team; special assistant in the Obama White House.
Lilliam Barrios-Paoli, 67
Post: Deputy mayor of health and human services
Responsibilities: Expand community health care facilities, strengthen the city’s health and hospitals corporation and oversee homelessness programs and other social services.
Resume highlights: Commissioner of the Department for the Aging under Mayor Michael Bloomberg, overhauling hundreds of senior centers and creating an LGBT senior center; commissioner of the human resources administration under Mayor Rudy Giuliani
Alicia Glen, 47
Post: Deputy mayor for housing and economic development
Responsibilities: Create jobs in fields including nonprofit and emerging industries such as film and technology, encourage entrepreneurship in immigrant communities and build affordable housing units across city.
Resume highlights: Head of the urban investment group at Goldman Sachs, where she directed capital to underserved urban communities; assistant commissioner for housing finance at the city’s Department of Housing, Preservation and Development, where she oversaw financing of low-income housing units
William Bratton, 66
Post: NYPD commissioner
Responsibilities: Manage the 34,500 uniformed members of the NYPD, implement de Blasio’s pledge to stop overuse of stop-and-frisk and improve community policing, and maintain city’s low crime rate or further lower it
Resume highlights: Former NYPD commissioner under Mayor Rudy Giuliani; started crime-statistic-tracking system CompStat and lowered historically high crime rates, in part by implementing the “broken windows” strategy of targeting quality-of-life offenses; former commissioner of the Los Angeles Police Department, where he was credited with mending police relations with minority communities and presiding over crime decline, but where the use of stop-and-frisk increased