Maya Wiley Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Daughters, Parents, Salary and Net Worth

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Maya Wiley Biography

This is what you nee3d to know about Maya Wiley, an American civil rights activist and former board chair of the NYC Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB), an independent and impartial police oversight agency.

Before her position at CCRB, Wiley was a counsel to the Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio. Currently, she is the senior vice president for Social Justice at The New School and the Henry Cohen Professor of Urban Policy and Management at the Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment. On August 27, 2018, Wiley was announced as an MSNBC Legal Analyst.

Maya Wiley Age

Maya Wiley was born on January 2, 1963, or 1964 in Washington, D.C., U.S. She is 56 or 57 years old as of 2020.

Maya Wiley Height

Wiley stands at a height of 5′ 9″.

Maya Wiley Husband

‎Wiley is a married woman to her husband Harlan Mandel. The couple is blessed with two daughters and the family lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Maya Wiley Children (Daughters)

Wiley and her husband Harlan Mandel are parents of their two children, daughters Naja Wiley Mandel, and Kai Wiley Mandel.

Maya Wiley Parents (Mother and Father)

Wiley is a daughter to a civil rights leader father, George Wiley. Her mother, Wretha Frances (Whittle) Wiley, was white and inspired her to focus on progressive issues. Wiley was brought up in Washington, D.C.

Maya Wiley Salary

Wiley receives an average annual salary of $83,377. Her career as an activist is the primary source of her income.

Maya Wiley Net Worth

Wiley has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.

Maya Wiley Education

Wiley is a graduate from Dartmouth College with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Juris Doctor from Columbia Law School.

Maya Wiley Career

In 2014, prior to being appointed counsel to the mayor, Wiley worked for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the Open Society Institute. Wiley also founded and served as president of the Center for Social Inclusion, a national policy strategy organization dedicated to dismantling structural racism.