Maulin has been working to improve neighborhoods through policy and place-based strategies since 2010. Prior to joining HSC, Maulin worked in the Interagency Coordination Unit at the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation. There he worked with public agencies and consultants to review open space and infrastructure projects impacting parkland throughout the City. He made sure Department design and safety standards were upheld, community needs were incorporated into new open space proposals, and that agencies compromised in the best interest of the City. He also helped to streamline the Department’s construction permitting process and improved predictability and transparency of the review process. Before this, he worked at HANDS, Inc. where targeted real estate investments were used to stabilize distressed neighborhoods in the cities of Orange, East Orange, and Newark, NJ. He managed projects that utilized industrial blight to transform city blocks, encouraged low-income family homeownership, and provided economic opportunity for arts-related enterprise. His responsibilities included project development, financing, demographic analysis, and community needs assessments. He holds a Master of Urban Planning from New York University and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Rutgers University.