Dennis Malloy is serving his fourth term as a state representative in the New Hampshire General Court after retiring from a 35 year career in commercial and non-commercial broadcasting. His political career began in 2012 as a state representative and now represents Greenland and Newington, NH, with service as clerk of the House Ways and Means Committee and assistant majority floor leader.
Malloy is Trustee of Trust Funds in Greenland, NH, chairs the Portsmouth, NH, YMCA Advisory Committee and is a Trustee of the Granite State YMCA. He is a member of the Seacoast Pediatric Cancer Cluster Commission, the Pease Restoration Advisory Committee, former chair of New Hampshire Public Radio’s Advisory Board and Trustee of Leadership New Hampshire.
For 25 years Malloy held senior management development positions at Iowa and New Hampshire PBS. Iowa PBS won three national PBS Development awards and created an endowment at the Iowa Public Television Foundation. NH PBS served New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont and Massachusetts, including Boston and was recognized by PBS for on-air auction and membership development.
His career began as a news consulting assistant at Frank Magid Associates working with television news organizations throughout the United States, followed by six years of managing a Des Moines FM radio station and leading it to the top ratings and advertising sales position.
Malloy holds a bachelor's degree from Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and an master's degree in journalism and mass communications from Iowa State University.
While attending Iowa State, he wrote for the Iowa State Daily, served on its publications board, produced and anchored newscasts at KRNT-AM in Des Moines, WMT-AM-FM in Cedar Rapids, WOI-AM-FM in Ames, and later taught classes in the speech and journalism departments.
He and his wife, Laura, live in Greenland, NH, and are both Iowa natives.