Brawley City Manager Takes Job in Antioch

Antioch has hired a new assistant city manager. Brawley City Manager Rosanna Bayon Moore has accepted the job. She’ll take over in September.

“I am thrilled to have Rosanna join our team. She will provide essential leadership and support to the City in moving community projects and the City Council’s priorities across the finish line. She is a seasoned local government professional and will be a great addition to our leadership team and the community,” said Bernal. “Her proven track record as a City Manager in getting things done and delivering on challenging projects with limited resources makes her a great match for the City of Antioch.”

Brawley is small city in the Imperial Valley. Antioch is one of the largest cities in Contra Costa County.

Bayon Moore earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science and English from the University of California at Berkeley and a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University. She is a Northern California Coro Fellows Program alumnus.


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