Monica Hanley

Monica Hanley

Monica Hanley was born and raised in New York City and has over 14 years of experience in government service in both the federal and municipal levels.

Monica began her career in the Senate Office of Hillary Rodham Clinton starting as an intern in 2003. Later, as Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, Monica was a liaison to constituency groups, elected officials, non-profits and other organizations throughout the City and State for the Senator. She was responsible for operations within the NYC Office and organized meetings, press conferences and events for the Senator including a New York State-Wide Youth Conference.

In 2009, she left the Senate Office to join Secretary Clinton at the U.S. Department of State as her Confidential Assistant where she focused on the planning and execution of the Secretary's schedule both domestically and while on foreign travel. After Secretary Clinton left the State Department, Monica worked with a small team to help the Secretary during her transition out of the State Department as her Director of Personal Office.

In February 2013, Monica joined Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration as the Mayor's Director of Executive Office Operations. She focused on developing inter-departmental communications within City Hall and project management.

Monica holds a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from SUNY Geneseo and currently resides on Staten Island.