National Association of Attorneys General
Employee Spotlight: Bill Malloy
Bill Malloy joined NAAG in August 2008 and quickly grasped the duties in his role as the project assistant for both the Legislation and Criminal Law projects. In this capacity, Bill represents the Association on Capitol Hill, gains valuable legislative experience, works on key law enforcement issues and circulates sign-on letters to Attorneys General. He handles the work for both projects with ease and learns a great deal in the process.
“Through this position, I have learned the importance of federal and state cooperation with many law enforcement issues including human trafficking, child predators and law enforcement grants. I also find it rewarding to see direct democracy through state leaders, including Attorneys General, in addressing these issues,” said Bill.
During his time here, he hopes to gain more experience with the legislative process and focus on specific areas such as organized crime and the U.S. drug trade.
Prior to joining NAAG, Bill was a full-time student studying international studies, philosophy and French at the University of Scranton in Scranton, Pa., home to the popular television show, “The Office.” During college, he worked an array of odd jobs including a prep chef for a catering company and a telephone services representative. He also studied abroad at the La Sorbonne, a name commonly referred to the historic University of Paris in Paris, France.
In his spare time, this Hazleton, Penn., native enjoys sampling cuisine from ethnic restaurants, mastering the French language, listening to music from the 1970s and 1980s, and watching his favorite television shows, “30 Rock” and “The Office.”