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Acting City Manager Marsha Reed
Chandler Assistant City Manager Marsha Reed has been named the Acting City Manager while the City recruits a replacement for recently retired City Manager Rich Dlugas. The City Council voted unanimously to make the appointment at its May 28, 2015, City Council meeting.
Marsha Reed joined the City of Chandler as Assistant City Manager in April 2013. Prior to joining the City of Chandler Marsha worked for the City of Lubbock, Texas for 20 years. Most recently, she served as the Chief Operating Officer in charge of the Storm Water Management Department, Traffic Engineering Department, Public Works Engineering, Water and Wastewater Utilities Departments and the Street Maintenance Department.
Prior to her work in Lubbock, she held several positions with the Lubbock District of the Texas Department of Transportation over a 10-year period.
Marsha is a Lubbock native and a two-time graduate of Texas Tech University earning her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree in 1988 and her Masters in Public Administration in 2000.
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Assistant City Manager Nachie Marquez
Nachie Marquez was selected as Assistant City Manager in March 2014. Marquez joined Chandler as the first Communications and Public Affairs Director for the City in September 2000 and has more than 25 years of experience working in city government having worked for the cities of Phoenix and Tempe, prior to joining Chandler.
Her achievements include leading a community delegation that earned Chandler the All-America City designation by the National League of Cities, serving as the City of Tempe’s Super Bowl Coordinator for Super Bowl XXX and receiving the 2007 Valle del Sol’s Profile of Success Exemplary Leadership Award.
Marquez is a member of both the International City/County Management Association and the Arizona City/County Management Association and a life member of the ASU Alumni Association, as well as a member of the Public Relations Society of America-Phoenix Chapter, the City-County Communications and Marketing Association, ASU’s President’s Minority Advisory Council and serves on the Board of Directors of the International Hispanic Network. Marquez received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1985 from Arizona State University (ASU) with a major in broadcast journalism, and went on to earn a Master of Arts degree in vocational education from Northern Arizona University in 1989.
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