District 3 Mikal Goodman

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Biography:

Councilman Mikal Goodman is a lifelong resident of Pontiac and a community activist. Mikal has dedicated much of his personal time to helping organizations that focus on bringing change to Pontiac. He remains connected with residents and works hard at building relationships with other influential community leaders.

Councilman Goodman attended Pontiac Schools and received his high School diploma from Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac. He attended Oakland Schools Technical Campus—CompTIA A+ and Network + Certifications. Mikal received an Associate degree from Oakland Community College. He was a former Paraprofessional and Elective Instructor, Arts and Technology Academy of Pontiac and Lead Political Organizer with Oakland Forward.

Goodman plays an active role on Council as Chair of the Communications, Engagement, and Operations Committee. He is also a member of several City Council Committees including: Economic Development; Housing and Planning; Parks and Recreation; Public Works; and is an alternate member of the Law and the Courts committee. He has affiliations as Vice Chair of the Young Democrats of Michigan and is a Board member with Pontiac United.

Councilman Goodman was elected to represent City Council District Three in November 2021 to a four-year term expiring on January 1, 2025. Councilman Goodman may be contacted via email at: MGoodman@pontiac.mi.us or by telephone at (248) 758-3015.