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Mayor-Elect Michelle Wu Launches Transition Website  will provide people the opportunity to engage with the transition and apply for jobs in the Wu Administration

Boston, MA, November 4, 2021 — Mayor-elect Michelle Wu today announced the launch of her official transition website,, reflecting the inclusivity and momentum of her history-making victory in Tuesday’s Mayoral election. Visitors to the new website will find information about the transition, along with links to provide feedback on key issues and apply for roles within the Wu Administration.

“Our focus throughout this transition and my administration will be to connect every person in Boston to the work of shaping our future. We need unprecedented collaboration and activism to take on our biggest challenges. That starts with building a team that represents all of Boston’s diversity, reflects the expertise in our communities, and moves with the urgency facing our families,” said Mayor-elect Wu. “ is one of the first steps in that effort — for all of Boston to get involved, and for anyone interested in joining our administration to apply to be part of making that vision a reality. I am so grateful for the trust that the people of Boston have placed in me to be our next Mayor, and I’m so excited to continue the work of making Boston a city for everyone.”

“We encourage everyone to check out,” said Dr. Mariel Novas, Transition Director for Mayor-elect Wu. “There are so many incredibly talented people in our community, and we are focused on building a team in City Hall that represents everyone and is ready to hit the ground running, to deliver the core city services our residents count on every day and start tackling Boston’s biggest challenges with the boldness and vision that this moment demands.”

After running a campaign rooted in inclusivity, vision, and experience, Michelle Wu swept to victory in Tuesday’s Mayoral election, making history as the first woman and first person of color to be elected Mayor of Boston.

In addition to applying through the website, people interested in roles in the Wu Administration can also express interest by emailing


To learn more about Mayor-elect Wu and the transition, visit or connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.



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