Maya Wiley Bio, Age, Husband, Daughters, NYC, Salary, Net Worth

Maya Wiley

Maya Wiley Bio

Maya Wiley is an American human rights activist and also a lawyer.  First, in September 2016, She was appointed as the board chair of the (NCCRB) NYC Civilian Complaint Review Board. Additionally, she is the senior vice president for Social Justice at The New School. She was also appointed Henry Cohen Professor of Urban Policy and Management at the Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment.

Maya Wiley Husband

For more than 2 decades, Maya has been married to her long-term partner and lover Harlan Mandel.  In addition, Harlan is a professional investment manager and lawyer. He was also the Deputy Managing Director of MDLF from 1998 to 2011 when he was appointed the CEO. From 1996 to 1998, Harlan served as the Deputy General Counsel of the Soros Foundations Network/Open Society Institute.

Wiley resides in Brooklyn with her husband and two daughters.


Maya Wiley Daughters

Being happily married for more than twenty years. Maya and Harlan have two children. They have two gorgeous daughters.  First Kai Wiley Mandel and second Naja Wiley Mandel.

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Born January 2, 1964, in the US, Washington DC. Maya is 57 years of age as of 2021.

Maya Wiley And NYC

First, Maya is from a political family.  Her father, George Wiley, was not only a chemistry professor he was also heavily involved in civil rights wars. This was in the 1960s with the Congress of Racial Equality. He furthermore founded the National Welfare Rights Organization.

Maya announced that she would run for mayor of New York in the 2021 election. This was On October 7, 2020. She would be NYC’s first elected woman and the first woman of color to be mayor.

Maya Wiley Net Worth

With a long political career, it’s evident she has accumulated a lot of wealth. First, her estimated salary is around $84,000. Secondly, when her overall worth is calculated, she is estimated to have a net worth of more than $1 million.


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