Beverly Hills Hires New Deputy City Manager

Beverly Hills has hired a new deputy city manager. Gabriella Yap currently holds the same position in Palos Verdes.

“It is truly an honor to return to the City of Beverly Hills," she said in a statement (Patch). "I am so thankful for this incredible opportunity to work for a City I admire so much and have deeply missed. I look forward to the work ahead and once again serving this world-class community."

Yap previously worked for L.A. County’s Chief Executive Office and as Assistant City Manager of La Habra Heights. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from UCLA and a Masters of Public Policy and Administration from Cal State Long Beach. She’s also a member of Women Leading Government and the International City/County Management Association.

Yap will assume her new role on Dec. 9.


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