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Courtney Malveaux
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Virginia Commissioner of Labor and Industry
Former officeholder
In office
May 3, 2010 - October 2013
Vice-President, National Association of Government Labor Officials
Base salary$110,250
Elections and appointments
AppointedMay 3, 2010
Appointed byGovernor of Virginia Bob McDonnell
Term limitsN/A
Bachelor'sPennsylvania State University
Master'sGeorge Washington University
J.D.William and Mary School of Law
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Personal website
Courtney Malveaux was the Virginia Commissioner of Labor and Industry. He was first appointed on May 3, 2010 by Governor Bob McDonnell.[1][2] He served in the position until leaving office in October 2013.[3]


Malveaux earned a bachelor's degree from Pennsylvania State University, a master's from George Washington University, and a law degree from the William and Mary School of Law.

In addition to teaching as an adjust law professor in Virginia, Malveaux lectures on topics related to labor and employment law at various campuses in Virginia and he authored an article in the University of Richmond Law Review.[2] He previously served as president of the Hill-Tucker Bar Association.


  • Bachelor's degree - Pennsylvania State University
  • Master's degree - George Washington University
  • Juris Doctor - William and Mary School of Law

Political career

Commissioner of Labor and Industry (2010-2013)

Malveaux was sworn in as the 17th Virginia Commissioner of Labor and Industry on May 3, 2010. He was appointed to the statewide position by Governor Bob McDonnell.[4] In his capacity as commissioner, Malveaux was the head of the Department of Labor and Industry, which administers and enforces occupational safety and occupational health activities as prescribed by law.[5] He served until his resignation in October 2013.[3]



Governor Bob McDonnell appointed Malveaux Virginia Commissioner of Labor and Industry effective May 3, 2010.[4]


Malveaux currently resides in Richmond, Virginia. He and his wife, Mary, have two sons, Jacob and Richard.[2]

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Preceded by
Virginia Commissioner of Labor and Industry
May 3, 2010 - October 2013
Succeeded by
Maurice Jones