Alanna M. Mallon
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Allana M. Mallon left her job in the private sector three years ago to focus on her non-profit commitments. She founded the Cambridge Weekend Backpack program, which helps food-insecure students, and is the program director for Food For Free, which also focuses on combatting food insecurity in Cambridge. She served as education liaison for David P. Maher, a former Cambridge City Councillor who served as mayor from 2010 to 2011 and then 2014 to 2015. She wants to make living in Cambridge more affordable.
The Crimson was unable to schedule an interview with Mallon by press time.
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