Nicole Malliotakis Biography
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Nicole Malliotakis (born November 11, 1980) is an American politician who has served in the New York State Assembly since 2011.
A member of the Republican Party, he represents part of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn and East Shore, Staten Island in the New York State Assembly. She is the only Republican woman elected in New York City and the first Hispanic American to win elected office on Staten Island.  She is one of the first two Greek-American women elected to office in New York State. [2. 3]
She was the Republican candidate in New York City’s 2017 mayoral election against incumbent Mayor Bill de Blasio. She is a candidate for the Eleventh Congressional District of New York in the 2020 election . Malliotakis has been endorsed by the Republican and Conservative parties.
Early life and education
Malliotakis was born on November 11, 1980 in New York City,   Malliotakis grew up in Great Kills, Staten Island,  the daughter of immigrant parents; her father is from Greece and her mother is from Cuba. She was raised in the Greek Orthodox faith. 
She attended New Dorp High School in Staten Island, and during her senior year was elected class president by her peers.  Malliotakis received a B.A. in communications from Seton Hall University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Wagner College.
Malliotakis is single and resides in Staten Island. She is a Greek Orthodox Christian.
Malliotakis served as a community liaison for both former State Senator John Marchi (2003-2004) and former Governor George Pataki (2004-2006). Prior to his election, Malliotakis also worked in state energy policy as a public affairs manager for the Consolidated Edison Company of New York. 
In November 2015, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida named Malliotakis as president of the state of New York for his 2016 presidential campaign.