Bitter Cold in the Forecast
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Mayor Wu declared a cold emergency in Boston from Friday, February 3, through Sunday, February 5, due to the extreme cold weather in the forecast. BCYF locations will be activated as warming centers on Friday and Saturday during their normal hours.

Brianna Millor

Chief of Community Engagement

A Dorchester native and the daughter of a Haitian immigrant, Chief Millor brings years of local government experience to the Community Engagement Cabinet. To eliminate silos between Boston residents and City Hall, Chief Millor oversees various Community Engagement departments at City Hall including 311, ONS, Office of Civic Organizing, Spark Boston and more.

Chief Millor's direction of the Community Engagement cabinet began in January of 2022, but her passion for community is long standing. After first joining the City Council President’s Office under Mayor Wu in 2016 as a Communications Intern, she returned in 2018 as Administrative Director and later as Civic Engagement Director. Millor has represented Mayor Wu’s Council Office on the Board of ABCD and previously served on ABCD’s Neighborhood Programs/Planning & Evaluation (NPPE) Committee. She is a graduate of Quinnipiac University with a Bachelors in Political Science and a Masters Degree in Public Relations.

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