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For Immediate Release
February 19, 2013

Malcolm Smith
Public Communications Manager

City Hires Assistant City Manager

Redwood City, CA - After a significant, in-depth recruiting process, Redwood City announced today the hiring of Ms. Audrey Ramberg as the City's Assistant City Manager. Ms. Ramberg was most recently Senior Advisor and Project Leader for the County of San Mateo, and brings with her a great deal of experience in the wide-ranging field of municipal management. She will start work in Redwood City on March 18, 2013.

"I'm very pleased to welcome Audrey to Redwood City - I know she'll excel as a crucial member of our executive team," said City Manager Bob Bell. "Audrey offers Redwood City a wide range of experience and success in every aspect of municipal management, and a great combination of skills, talent, and knowledge. She beat out over 100 candidates in what was a very competitive process."

Ms. Ramberg has over 22 years of experience in public service, and holds an MBA from Stanford University as well as a BA in Political Science and Economics from Duke University.

"Redwood City is really an excellent fit with my experience and interests, and I believe I can bring a lot of value to the organization" said Ms. Ramberg. "I want to work with people who thrive on continuous improvement, who take very seriously their commitment to the community, and who are proud of the excellent services they provide - and that describes the people who work for Redwood City. I'm truly looking forward to joining the ongoing efforts of Redwood City as it moves forward in so many ways."

In addition to serving as a key resource for leading and facilitating strategic planning and City-wide process improvement initiatives, in this newly-created position Ms. Ramberg will oversee the City's Human Resources and Public Information functions, along with the operations of the City Manager's office. She will also serve in the City Manager's absence.

Prior to her most recent work with San Mateo County, Ms. Ramberg held a number of key positions in local government, including Assistant City Manager in Menlo Park, Assistant to the City Manager in Palo Alto, and Assistant to the San Mateo County Manager. She has also worked in a high-level consulting capacity, and was founder/director of Peninsula Partnership for Children, Youth and Families.

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