The City and County of Broomfield is excited to welcome Jennifer Hoffman as the new City and County Manager, who will start on July 31, 2019.
Hoffman has 18 years of experience with the City and County of Broomfield. She began her career with Broomfield as Director of the Combined Courts and has held the positions of Assistant to the City Manager, Director of Communications and Governmental Affairs before she was promoted to Assistant City and County Manager where she has led staff development, the Innovation Ecosystem and partnered with Adams 12 and McWhinney Developers to bring forward a K-20 Stem School in Northern Broomfield.
After conducting a month-long nationwide recruitment effort that yielded 61 candidates, Broomfield City Council officially voted to appoint Hoffman to the position at a City Council meeting on June 26, 2019.
“Jennifer's forward-thinking vision will be a great asset to Broomfield as we continue to grow our high standard of living, economic vitality, and cultural development. As Jennifer moves the organization forward on many new and exciting projects, she will have the support of a strong organization to ensure our success,” said Charles Ozaki, the current City and County Manager.
As City and County Manager, Hoffman will assist Broomfield City Council in matters of policy and legislative decisions, coordinate municipal administration, and supervise departments and employees. She will be the first woman to hold the position for Broomfield and only the third person to fill the role since 1968.
Hoffman holds a Master’s of Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver and a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice. She is a member of the Colorado Municipal League (CML), Colorado Counties Inc. (CCI), the Adams County Youth Initiative (ACYI) Community Leaders Council, and board member on the Colorado City and County Management Association (CCCMA).