The Will County Executive’s Office has hired Joliet resident Garland Mays as a community engagement coordinator.
Will County Executive Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant cited Mays’ history serving the Joliet area.
The executive’s office said Mays will assist its existing outreach efforts for community programs and expand its outreach across the county.
“Will County is large and diverse, with many different communities, each with its own unique interests and concerns,” Bertino-Tarrant said in a statement. “We are excited to have Garland join our team and assist the county to connect with various organizations and communities in the county.”
Mays has also served on the Housing Authority of Joliet Board of Commissioners, as president of the Forest Park Neighborhood Council, and as president of the Joliet Leadership Council.