The three finalists for Greenville’s city manager position are all assistant managers in other cities in the South.
Debra D. Campbell is assistant city manager of Charlotte, North Carolina; Jill Silverboard is deputy city manager in Clearwater, Florida; and Bryan C. Woods is assistant city manager in New Braunfels, Texas.
There were 77 applicants.
The three will be back in Greenville on Oct. 18 for final interviews with elected officials, community stakeholders, and the city’s senior leadership team.
Campbell has 30 years of experience in city management and administration, urban planning, transportation and land-use integration, capital-facilities planning, neighborhood and business corridor revitalization, and housing and community development. She has a master’s degree in public administration and a bachelor’s degree in urban planning from Middle Tennessee State University.
Silverboard has served as Clearwater deputy city manager for 11 years. She served as city manager of Madeira Beach, Florida, from 2004 to 2007.
Woods has been New Braunfels’ assistant city manager since June 2017. He is responsible for service delivery to more than 80,000 residents, direct management of 170 employees, coordination of the New Braunfels Economic Development Corp., and management and oversight of all capital-improvement projects in the city. He is also responsible for management of the city’s real estate.