Leadership Greater Hartford
Mae Maloney Details
Mae Ryan Maloney is a 2007 graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University where she received a Bachelors Degree in Sociology and is a 2013 graduate of Smith College School for Social Work where she earned her Masters Degree. Mae is a 2009 graduate of Leadership Greater Hartford’s Quest Program. She is a certified Enneagram trainer.
Since 2007 Mae has worked with Leadership Greater Hartford in a variety of capacities including serving as a Grants Manager and as Program Director for several youth programs. Throughout her tenure at Leadership Greater Hartford she implemented an after school program at Hartford Public High School, developed a summer youth leadership program for teens throughout the greater Hartford region and organized numerous community service projects throughout the Capital city. Mae currently serves as the Program Director for the Leaders on Board program where she connects individuals to nonprofits in need of new board members and Encore! Hartford, a program in partnership with UConn for those transitioning from the corporate world to the nonprofit sector. She also coordinates Leading Off Campus, an intercollegiate leadership program that highlights opportunities and challenges facing the Capital City and provides opportunities for participants to expand their leadership skills and networks. Mae conducts frequent workshops regarding nonprofit board service for local nonprofits and volunteer groups. She also works closely with the Minority Inclusion Project where she serves as an advisor.
Mae’s background in the nonprofit arena and training in social work has prepared her in several areas including program development and community organizing. She has served as Big Sister in the Big Brothers, Big Sisters program in Hartford and has coordinated a program for special needs adults in Windsor. She has served on numerous boards including St. Philip House, a nonprofit dedicated to providing permanent supportive housing for individuals and families impacted by HIV/AIDS; First Choice Health Centers, a federally qualified health center; and, most recently the Windsor Education Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides funding for innovative projects and programs in the Windsor Public Schools.
Mae’s newest adventure is that she also directs the Quest program, LGH’s flagship program.
Mae lives in Windsor with her husband, Jason, their son, Finn. She can often be found running interference between her toddler, dog and cat.