Kieran Micka-Maloy

Energy Advisor
Kmickamaloy at prattcenter dot net

Kieran Micka-Maloy is an Energy Advisor working on the Regional Clean Energy Hubs project in Queens and Staten Island. These Hubs will offer residents and small businesses in those boroughs wraparound clean energy and energy efficiency services, educational programming, and workforce opportunities aimed at increasing access for disadvantaged communities’ to the green economy. Kieran is also supporting implementation of Pratt Center’s EnergyFit Affordable Small Homes Initiative, an innovative model for increasing energy efficiency and electrification retrofits in one to four unit homes across New York City.

Kieran recently finished his Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning at Pratt Institute's Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment. During his studies, he worked as a Graduate Fellow at the Pratt Center contributing to projects like the NYCHA Climate Action Network and the BASE Campaign. He has also worked for organizations like TransitCenter, NYC DOT, Good Old Lower East Side, and Manhattan Community Board 6 in NYC, and for non-profits in India and Indonesia. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Urban and Regional Studies from Cornell University.

Kieran is a lifelong New Yorker and grew up between the Lower East Side, Manhattan and Sunnyside, Queens. He has lived in the same rent-stabilized apartment since he was two years old, and does not plan on giving up the lease anytime soon.