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Bill Malloy

Bill Malloy

Chief of Staff

As YFU’s Chief of Staff, Bill Malloy works directly with the President and CEO in coordination of executive priorities and implementation of YFU’s organizational strategic objectives. In addition, Bill is responsible for developing and nurturing a positive team culture as well as ongoing learning throughout the organization. He liaises across the organization with direct oversight of YFU’s Information Technology and Volunteer Programs Divisions. Bill began his career at YFU in February 2015 as Director of its nationwide network of more than 1,600 volunteers. Bill brings to his role of Chief of Staff extensive experience in managing volunteers as well as motivating and supporting staff. Coupled with his past professional accomplishments, Bill joined YFU with a passion and sincere appreciation for the contributions volunteers make to an organization. 

Prior to his role at YFU, Bill served as Chief Administrator for the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute where he oversaw the management and delivery of over more than 100 legal trainings annually for state attorneys general across the country. Bill graduated magna cum laude, from The University of Scranton where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science, Philosophy, and French. During his college years, he participated in a study abroad program in Paris, France. Bill's interest in international affairs began during his undergraduate career as a member of the Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program and continues today in his support of the YFU USA mission. Bill is an avid traveler, both domestically and internationally.

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