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Meet the Assistant City Manager

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Nancy Ousley, Assistant City ManagerNancy Ousley joined the City of Kenmore staff in 2007, and is responsible for Economic Development, intergovernmental relations, franchise agreements and special projects. She also supervises a talented team of City Manager’s Department coworkers providing services for Communications, Events, Volunteers, Recreation partnerships and Public Records management. She was project lead for the design of Kenmore City Hall, a keystone of downtown Kenmore’s redevelopment, and developed and manages the Kenmore Business Incubator project. Prior to her service in Kenmore she managed the Local Government Division in the Washington Department of Commerce and led regional planning and community development programs for the City of Seattle and King County, most notably as the Mayor’s lead for Seattle’s South Downtown redevelopment and T Mobile Ballpark.

She graduated from Washington State University and earned a Master’s Degrees in Social Work and Public Administration at the University of Washington, as well as a Certificate in Business Incubator Management from the National Business Incubator Association. She has been honored with awards from the Washington Chapter of the American Planning Association and the Washington City/County Management Association. Nancy serves on the boards of the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation and Isle Royale Families and Friends Association. A native of the Palouse Hills of Whitman County, WA, she and her wife live in Seattle and often visit the shores of Lake Superior. They are proud owners of the Green Bay Packers (one share!).