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Posted on: October 10, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Emily Hogan Named Assistant Town Manager - Administration

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The Town of Parker is pleased to announce the hiring of Emily Hogan as Assistant Town Manager – Administration. Hogan, who previously served as Assistant City Manager for the City of Louisville (Colo.), will begin her new role on Oct. 30. 

“We are excited to welcome Emily Hogan to the Town of Parker,” said Town Manager Michelle Kivela. “Emily brings great public sector administrative experience to our team and has been very forward thinking in the areas of communications and public engagement throughout her career. We think she will be a great fit in helping our organization continue to grow and evolve.”

As Assistant Town Manager – Administration, Hogan will work in partnership with the Town Manager and Assistant Town Manager – Operations to provide key leadership, strategic direction and oversight of organizational operations. She will oversee the communications functions of the Town Manager’s Office, including all aspects of internal and external outreach and engagement programs and events, as well as the organization’s Human Resources Department.

“I am honored to have been selected for the position of Assistant Town Manager – Administration and look forward to getting to know the people of Parker,” said Hogan. “I am excited to bring my experiences in local government to the organization and community. Parker is a special place, and I am ecstatic to experience all it has to offer and contribute to its high quality services.

Hogan has over 15 years of experience in the public sector in Colorado. Her expertise in municipal government includes such areas as communications and engagement, sustainability, disaster recovery, strategic planning and special projects. She most recently served as Assistant City Manager for the City of Louisville, which included managing the community's response and recovery efforts for the devastating Marshall Fire. Prior to her time with Louisville, she worked for the City of Cherry Hills Village.

A Colorado native who grew up in Centennial, Hogan earned a master’s degree in public administration and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Colorado. She resides in Broomfield with her husband, two children and dog and enjoys being outdoors in beautiful Colorado. 

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