In Ms. Stevenson’s 32 years of service in municipal government, she worked for the California cities of San Diego, National City, and Murrieta. Ms. Stevenson began her professional career in City of San Diego as a Personnel Analyst and went on to work in the Personnel, Metropolitan Wastewater, Engineering, and Contracting departments; as well as the City Manager’s office, progressing from Analyst to Deputy Director. She also assumed special projects such as the creation and opening of the City’s neighborhood service centers and Liaison to the City Council.
From San Diego she joined the City of National City where she served as the Director of Human Resources, the Director of Administrative Services, and Deputy City Manager. She oversaw Community Services, Finance, Human Resources, and Information Technology; and managed special projects such as the balloting and passage of the City’s local sales tax and the implementation of a new payroll module.
In the City of Murrieta, Ms. Stevenson served as Administrative Services Director and Deputy City Manager, again overseeing Community Services, Finance, Human Resources and Information Technology and managing special projects. Ms. Stevenson has also served as a commissioner on both the Child Care and Civil Service Commissions for the City of Chula Vista.
Ms. Stevenson holds a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology as well as a Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Human Resource Management.