Mallory Strain recently joined the staff of Haverhill state Rep. Andy X. Vargas as legislative aide.
Strain graduated from Suffolk University where she studied economics and government.
“Mallory’s experience working with small businesses combined with her data analysis skills will greatly assist Haverhill, as my office continues to work with our community partners to develop a resilient post-pandemic economy,” said Vargas.
Previously, Strain worked as a program assistant for Manomet, an environmental nonprofit headquartered in Plymouth. Manomet works with scientists, government and businesses to create a more sustainable environment. As a part of the organization’s Business Sustainability Program, Strain worked with small business owners across the United States and assisted them with achieving environmental, social and economic sustainability.