Mayor Dennis W. Archer Congratulates Senior Staff Member Judith A. McNeeley On New Position With DPS.
assume new role as director for the Detroit Public Schools
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DETROIT, Nov. 2 /PRNewswire/ --
Mayor Dennis W. Archer is congratulating Judith A. McNeeley for outstanding service as Executive Assistant to the Mayor heading the Office of Intergovernmental Relations as she leaves to assume her new role as director of the Detroit Public Schools Office of School Partnerships. Her last official day as a member of the administration is November 2nd.
"Judy has been an extremely important part of my administration," said Mayor Archer. "Her leadership, dedication and skill in her capacity as head of my intergovernmental relations office has been outstanding. I wish her well in her new endeavor," added the Mayor, who first hired McNeeley as his communications coordinator for his successful 1993 campaign for mayor.
As the head of intergovernmental relations for the mayor's office, McNeeley served as the liaison between the City of Detroit and federal, state and local government entities, as well as international business groups. A graduate of Wayne State University, McNeeley was also responsible for coordinating the administration's activities with the Democratic National Committee, the 2000 Democratic National Committee Convention, the National Conference of Black Mayors, the National League of Cities, the United States Conference of Mayors, and the National Conference of Democratic Mayors. She also was responsible for coordinating and implementing the City of Detroit's international trade missions to Asia, Europe and Africa.
Prior to joining the Archer Administration McNeeley was the assistant director of admissions for Siena Heights University in Adrian, MI. From 1987 to 1992, she served as the assistant director for undergraduate business programs and recruiter for graduate business programs at the University of Detroit Mercy College of Business Administration.
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