Dallas County announces Management Academy inaugural class

The Dallas County Management Academy serves to establish a pool of employees who are highly qualified and eligible to become our next generation of leaders. 

“Developing future leaders for Dallas County is a top priority,” County Administrator Darryl Martin said. “In the coming years, we will be faced with a number of key retirements. By investing in the organization’s top talent, we are setting ourselves up for success.” 

The nine-month, competency-based leadership development program will allow Dallas County employees to expand their knowledge and develop critical-thinking skills to enhance the organization as a whole. The program consists of nine, full-day class sessions, the formulation and completion of an Individualized Development Plan and self-study and will conclude with a graduation ceremony in June 2020. 

The inaugural class includes the following employees:

NAMEDEPARTMENT
Aaron CederR&B 2
Amber WhiteTax Office
Carmon BrownHuman Resources/Civil Service
Carmen MoorerClerk IV D.C.
Charles PricePurchasing
Ciondria JonesJuvenile
Daniel CherryFacilities Management
Erica TerrazasOBE
Jon Brooks LoveR&B 4
Kniquezia MaddoxHHS
LaShonda JeffersonPretrial Services
Laura EdmondsCriminal Justice
Lisa TatumHSEM
Michael BarberFire Marshal
Minesha ReesePublic Works
Motasem (Matt) AljaafrehPlanning & Development
Norma Mendoza-ReynaCounty Clerk
Nurenia SpencerCourt Investigator
Peju AjunwonI.T.
Ricardo UlloaJury Services
Sandra LyonsChief Clerk – JP
Shay CatheyCounty Judge
Vickie RicePublic Defender
Yoshika SmithAuditor