Nancy Hunt-Coffey Named Beverly Hills Assistant City Manager
Posted Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 5:24 pm
By Matt Lopez
Incoming Beverly Hills City Manager George Chavez announced late Wednesday that Nancy Hunt-Coffey has been named assistant city manager. Hunt-Coffey will begin in her new role in June, when Chavez assumes the city manager’s office.
Hunt-Coffey has more than three decades of experience working in local government.
She was hired by the City of Glendale 32 years ago and served in a variety of roles. She was hired by Beverly Hills in 2008 as assistant director of community services and was named director in 2016, a title she has held ever since.
In her new role, Hunt-Coffey will assist in the daily management of City operations and provide oversight of certain departments, while working closely with the City Council.
“I am so thankful to George and the City Council for the trust they have placed in me,” said Hunt-Coffey. “I am proud to live and work in this community and look forward to supporting our talented City staff as we provide the highest quality of customer service.”
The City will name an interim director of community services in the next few weeks, with a formal recruitment for a permanent director set to begin this spring.
The community services director oversees Beverly Hills’ recreation, library, human services and administrative support divisions.