Mallett serves as Chairperson of the Westchester County Correction Advisory Board

Westchester County Executive George Latimer is extremely proud of Westchester’s diverse workforce and its community volunteers – especially those who are women working in leadership positions in County government. In the next video in the Women in Government Video Series Latimer is shining a spotlight on Rhea Mallett, Chairperson of the Westchester County Correction Advisory Board.

Watch short video on Rhea Mallett.

Mallett has served on the Westchester County Correction Advisory Board since its inception in 2019. An attorney with a legal background in criminal justice reform, Mallett’s work on the Board includes coming up with effective solutions to help the residents of the County Jail successfully reenter the community after their time has been served.

Latimer said: “All of the women that we have introduced as part of this series have devoted their time and talents to ensuring a better life for the people of Westchester County. As professionals and as successful women in County government, I am proud of each and every one of them for their steadfast commitment towards improving the County we all love to call home.”

Mallett said: “Good government means that there is transparency and accountability. And by having private citizens bring their expertise to help government function and to help government be the best it can for the people that it serves, that’s where we make a difference.”