Podcast: Moving for a Local Government Career

Posted on July 21, 2017

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Tanya Ange
Deputy City Manager
Boulder, CO
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Kristin Donald
Finance Director
Bozeman, MT
Clay Pearson
City Manager
Pearland, TX
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Moving for a job opportunity is often a reality for someone pursuing a local government career. Three professionals who recently moved for a job join GovLove to give their advice and perspective on making that move. Tanya Ange is the Deputy City Manager of Boulder, CO and moved from Mankato, MN. Kristin Donald is the Finance Director in Bozeman, MT and moved from Denver, CO. Clay Pearson is the City Manager of Pearland, TX and made the move from Novi, MI.

Extra Credit

Tanya Ange named Boulder deputy city manager

From intern to second in command, Ange adores municipal management

My Life in Presidential Terms with Kristin Donald, Apex Park and Rec

Pearland Town Center Attracting Spades Of New Tenants

An Introduction of Our NEW City Manager : Clay Pearson


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