Michigan State Senate District 13
Mallory McMorrow got her first job when she was 12 years old, serving coffee at BINGO night at the town firehouse. Since then, she’s been a grocery store cashier, night manager, and bartender, a digital image editor, babysitter, and researcher.
After going to college to study industrial and car design, she took on high-profile jobs in product design, media, and advertising in New York and Los Angeles, and built a career solving complex big-budget problems. She thrives on the ability to unite different ideas and competing personalities toward common goals. She designed products, toys, and apparel for iconic toy brand Hot Wheels, where she earned a patent, and she helped lead creative direction with over 2,000 global licensees for brands at Mattel, where she built rapport with executives and agencies from all over the world and across different cultures.
She helped launch and lead an LA-based advertising and documentary film production company to become an industry leader while encouraging diversity in its roster, and she’s had writing appear in outlets such as Road & Track, Jalopnik, and Jezebel.
Mallory is running for State Senate to create a community where we empower our educators to challenge our kids, giving them the tools to compete for jobs that don’t even exist yet; where we make health care accessible regardless of your situation, whether you’re taking care of yourself, your children, or even your parents; where we harness our rich culture of innovation to create new opportunities and new types of careers; and where we protect our beautiful state and ensure it’s here to enjoy for generations to come.