MIL-OSI USA: Malliotakis Names Sherry Diamond as District Director


Source: United States House of Representatives – Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis (NY-11)

(STATEN ISLAND, NY) – Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis (NY-11) today announced the hiring of Sherry Diamond, a Staten Island native, as District Director to oversee her district offices in Staten Island and Southern Brooklyn.

“Sherry is well known in our community,” said Congresswoman Malliotakis. “For over 27 years, she has assisted the residents of Staten Island and Brooklyn in both the public and private sectors. Overseeing district office operations, emphasizing constituent services, and advocating for our community are tasks that are not unfamiliar to Sherry. She truly knows Staten Island and Southern Brooklyn inside and out and we’re thrilled to have her join our team.”

“I want to thank Congresswoman Malliotakis for giving me an opportunity to once again serve the residents of Staten Island and Southern Brooklyn,” said Sherry Diamond. “I have known the Congresswoman since 1998, and for as long as I’ve known her, she’s always had a desire to give back. The Congresswoman’s top priority is advocating for the specific needs of her constituency in Congress and I’m honored to work with her and her team on behalf of the Staten Island and Southern Brooklyn communities.”

Last month, Malliotakis announced Laurie Windsor will serve as Office Director for her district office in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

Sherry Diamond began her career in public service in 1994 where she served as former Councilman Vito Fossella’s Executive Assistant and helped coordinate the Readers are Leaders Reading Challenge. 

In 1998, Diamond was named District Director for New York’s 13th Congressional District serving Congressman Vito Fossella. For 10 years, Diamond oversaw the district offices in Staten Island and Brooklyn where she concentrated on constituent services, local and federal issues and agencies, and represented the Congressman in the district. While working for Fossella, Diamond oversaw the United States Service Academy Selection Committee and continued as a member of the Selection Committee under Congressmen Michael McMahon and Dan Donovan. Diamond has also served as a Blue and Gold Officer with the United States Naval Academy, assisting their Admissions Office.

In 2009, Diamond was named Staten Island Director for New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s reelection campaign, and in 2013, she joined John Catsimatidis’ mayoral campaign. After the campaign, Diamond remained with the Red Apple Group as Catsimatidis’ Director of Government Relations.

Diamond currently resides in Great Kills, Staten Island, and is the proud mother of five children.