Maulin is RPA’s New York Director and is responsible for leading RPA’s research, planning and advocacy activities in the state. His work includes researching and building support for a broad range of projects and campaigns to improve equity in land-use, transportation and health in our region.

Prior to this, he worked with non-profits in New York and New Jersey overseeing projects to address economic development, resiliency, and real estate challenges. He helped improve neighborhoods through placed-based strategies including participatory planning and affordable housing development centered on community values and goals. He also worked at NYC Parks helping to solve inter-agency issues for open space and infrastructure projects throughout the City.

There he helped improve transparency and predictability of the permitting process, and worked across agencies and departments to build consensus in the best interest of the City. Maulin is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners. He holds a Master of Urban Planning from New York University and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Rutgers University.