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Opal Mauldin-Jones

MEMBER SINCE: 2021

Opal Mauldin-Jones profile headshot

History of Employment

Position
Division
Organization
Start
End
City Manager
City Manager's Office
City of Lancaster
2011
Present
Interim City Manager
City Manager's Office
City of Lancaster
2011
2011
Assistant City Manager
City Manager's Office
City of Lancaster
2006
2011
Assistant to the City Manager
City Manager's Office
City of Lancaster
2004
2006
Community Relations Coordinator
City Manager's Office
City of Lancaster
2003
2004
Assistant District Director
United States House of Representative Member Eddie Bernice Johnson; Texas 30th Congressional District
United States House of Representative
2002
2003
Executive Assistant
United States House of Representative Member Eddie Bernice Johnson; Texas 30th Congressional District
United States House of Representative
2001
2002
Client Services Representative
Project Resources, Inc
2000
2000
Due Diligence Coordinator
Fairfield Residential, LLC
1997
2000
Special Assistant
United States House of Representative Member Bob Filner; California 50th Congressional District
United States House of Representative
1997
1997
Manager of Special Projects
United States House of Representative Member Eddie Bernice Johnson, Texas 30th Congressional District
United States House of Representative
1993
1997
Primary Policy Areas

Agriculture, Budget and Finance, Civil Rights and Liberties, Infrastructure,

Primary Sector of Expertise

Local

Primary Functions

Budgeting and Finance, , Communications and Marketing, Intergovernmental, Strategic Planning

Management Matters Podcast

Grand Challenge: Public Service Spotlight

Public Service Spotlight: Opal Mauldin-Jones

Season: 1 Episode:104 | May 03, 2022

Show Notes:

On this special edition Public Service Recognition Week series, we welcome Opal Mauldin-Jones, City Manager of the City of Lancaster, Texas and Academy Fellow, to discuss her career in public service and her advice for future public administrators.