was born and raised in Muskegon County and is a graduate of
Michigan State University. Sean has been active in the Greater Muskegon
community for years, involved with such local organizations as the United
Way of the Lakeshore, the Red Cross, and local food banks.
At the age of 45, Mullally is serving his eighth year elected to the Board of Trustees for
Muskegon Community College, and has also served as a board member for the
conservation group Alliance for the Great Lakes. Sean in employed at Arconic,
Muskegon County's largest industrial employer, where he has been working for 13
years in aerospace manufacturing.
Sean has long been an advocate for reforming government to be more effective
and accountable to citizens. In 2003, Mullally was a part of the Imagine Muskegon team
that created the plan for downtown redevelopment. For years, Sean hosted "Muskegon in Motion", a
community-oriented television show highlighting local people and
Mullally is also author of the book, "We The Future: Why Today’s Generation
is Inheriting a Broken Democracy and the Power We Have to Fix It" which
discusses the mix of economics, politics, and history that defines the
crossroads our country is at and his vision for the future of the American
Dream from the local to the national level.
Sean has always been, and remains deeply committed to protecting and
improving the quality of life and economic opportunities for Muskegon County
families, and will continue to strive for these values as your next County