Second Vice President

Adele Malpass


Throughout her career, Adele Malpass has focused on policy, politics, and media. For the 2018 midterm elections, she was the National Political Reporter at Real Clear Politics. Until September 2017, Adele was Chairwoman of the Manhattan Republican Party where she recruited 22 candidates per election, registered more than 25,000 voters, and rebuilt the grassroots political clubs. She managed more than 80 employees at the New York City Board of Elections and appointed a Commissioner to the Board. She raised the most money of any county chair in New York State for the 2016 election cycle. On Election Day, she managed more than 200 polling locations, poll workers, and voting machine. Adele has been a delegate to many conventions and served on the platform committee.
As Chairwoman, Adele was voted by City & State as one of the 50 most influential leaders in Manhattan, received the Women in Leadership award by the Women’s National Republican Club, and received the Service to the Nation award from the New York City Veterans Club. She has done numerous interviews on NY1, NBC, Fox News and PBS as well as the featured speaker at the Monday Meeting and the Manhattan Institute.
She began her career at the Senate Budget Committee working for Senator Pete Dominici (R-NM) covering banking and housing issues. She went on to work at CNBC as an on-air political reporter and a freelance business reporter for the New York Post, BusinessWeek, and PBS.
She is a member of Washington Hebrew Congregation and a strong supporter of Israel. She’s on the board of a low-income after school program and the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Council.