Columbus: Mayor Ginther Names Craig Conley Deputy Chief of Staff
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~ Columbus, OH - Mayor Andrew J. Ginther has announced the addition of Craig Conley to his senior leadership team as deputy chief of staff. In this role, Conley will be responsible for fostering positive relationships with external stakeholders and serving as the Mayor's Office liaison to CelebrateOne, as well as the departments of Neighborhoods, Public Health, and Recreation and Parks.

According to Mayor Ginther, Conley brings a wealth of experience to the City of Columbus. With a proven track record as a leader, collaborator, and storyteller, Conley's expertise in forging connections and driving results in the private sector will be invaluable in working with residents, community partners, and advocates to strengthen safety, expand affordable housing, and implement cutting-edge transit infrastructure in every neighborhood.

Conley most recently served as the chief revenue officer for Tranztec Solutions Inc., a leading company in promoting cloud-based efficiency solutions in the transportation and logistics industries. With over 20 years of experience leading sales teams and achieving high-growth revenue for a diverse portfolio of companies - from startups to Fortune 50 enterprises - Conley has consistently delivered measurable results. He has received repeat accolades in his previous roles at LinkedIn Corporation, ADP Inc., and Dealer Tire LLC.

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Expressing his gratitude for the opportunity to contribute to the city's progress, Conley stated that he is honored to connect with the community they have been entrusted to serve. Drawing from his success in the private sector where meeting customers where they are is crucial, he believes that empowering people with access to opportunities follows the same principle. He is eager to engage with residents and advance Mayor Ginther's vision for a more equitable and prosperous Columbus.

Conley graduated summa cum laude from Hiram College with a bachelor's degree in business management. His first day with the city will be on August 1st.

This announcement falls under Mayor Ginther's efforts to strengthen his leadership team and continue the city's progress towards a more inclusive and thriving community. With Conley's extensive experience and proven track record, he is expected to play a crucial role in achieving these goals.

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