Eagle County hires former RFTA COO Kelley Collier as deputy manager
EAGLE — Eagle County has hired Kelley Collier as its new deputy county manager. She started in the position on Sept. 1.
Collier returns to the county after working for the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority as the chief operating officer since July 2015. With RFTA, Collier provided oversight of operations, maintenance, human resources, facilities and capital planning and safety and training. Along with day-to-day management, she spearheaded initiatives including labor relations, planning and growth of organizational leadership, employee engagement and culture analysis.
Prior to her work at RFTA, Collier spent 14 years with Eagle County government, where she worked in a variety of positions at ECO Transit, including serving as the director of transportation. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina.
“It’s always nice when you can bring someone back that has had so much previous success with your organization,” said Interim County Manager Bryan Treu. “Kelley will hit the ground running and is a welcome addition to the Eagle County team.”
For more information, contact Treu at 970-328-8604.
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