With a lengthy history of community service throughout
As Co-Chair of the New Woodward Design and Implementation Committee, Sam played an instrumental role in steering the design of this state-of-the-art facility and the selection of its new principal. He has always maintained an active presence in education and in the lives of young people by mentoring students at Walnut Hills, Western Hills, Aiken, and
One of Sam’s most cherished roles is President of the Lincoln Douglass club, an organization designed to increase the presence, participation, and influence of African Americans in the Republican Party. The organization continues to meet regularly, and under his guidance and vision, membership continues to increase tremendously.
Politically, Mr. Malone is new to Cincinnati City Council and ran for a seat on council in 1999 and 2001. In 2001, he narrowly lost by only 3000 votes, but succeeded in 2003 with a brilliant and aggressive campaign. He brings an abundance of experience, energy, and enthusiasm to our city, and his assets range from banking and workforce development to mentoring. While in office, he vows to listen, serve, and lead for the citizens of
Sam is a native Cincinnatian and currently lives in Bond Hill with his son. He graduated from
Biography provided by Cincinnati city council website